Monthly Archives: January 2020

Does your company nurture neurodiverse talent?

Neurodivergence – also known as neurodiversity – is a term many people may not be familiar with. It refers to the community of people who have dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, are on the autism spectrum, or have other neurological functions. According … Continue reading

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Psych Central podcasts

This site has episodes usually from 30-45 minutes on a variety of topics. Psych Central is proud to host a number of weekly podcasts on a variety of mental health and topics relating to mental illness. https://psychcentral.com/podcasts/

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Aspergers from the Inside

My name is Paul and I discovered I have Aspergers at age 30. If you’re new you can check out a playlist of some of my most popular videos here: https://www.youtube.com/c/aspergersfr…

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24 ‘Harmless’ Comments That Hurt Highly Sensitive People

Highly sensitive people (HSPs) notice things that slip past many people — the brush of coarse fabric, the pull of good art, the shift as the sun pulls away from the cloud cover. They feel things deeply and are easily affected … Continue reading

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20 Signs Someone Is On The Road to Becoming a Hoarder

Nearly everyone has seen the TV Show Hoarders and wondered, “how did they get this way?” Most young people would never have imagined themselves growing up to become a hoarder. But after years of tough times in their lives, they … Continue reading

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Clothing Size Guide In Works For Those With Down Syndrome

People with Down syndrome have shorter limbs, rounder bodies and common sensitivities to tags and fabrics, which make it difficult to find everyday clothes, like jeans, that fit them and feel good. Jayden would often wear women’s capri pants because … Continue reading

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