For Autists

We are documenting Autistic culture in our articles, and we are centring Autistic lived experiences via participatory Autistic research, by actively supporting Autistic research projects, by coordinating Autistic peer support, and by curating useful tools developed by neurodivergent people for neurodivergent people. For systematic education, we are curating timeless concepts for nurturing and describing ecologies of care.

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Further useful knowledge for optimising autistic collaboration:

Understanding autistic strengths and challenges

  1. Nick Walker’s notes on neurodiversity, autism, and cognitive liberty
  2. Neurodiversity – the core of creativity
  3. Neuroclastic : a collective of neurodivergents cataloguing autistic insights, knowledge, talents, and creativity
  4. Autistamatic : explanatory videos on the lives, challenges and above all the potential of autistic people
  5. Listening to and understanding nonspeaking autists
  6. Autism-101
  7. Musings of an Aspie : one woman’s thoughts about life on the spectrum
  8. The autism advantage
  9. NeuroGuides : life coaching for autistic and other neurodivergent adults
  10. Rebelling against a culture that values assimilation over individuality
  11. The #Actually Autistic podcast

Understanding collaboration as our ultimate advantage

  1. The beauty of collaboration at human scale
  2. NeurodiVentures : Equipping autistic people for collaboration for life
  3. Tools for navigating the social world
  4. The value of minorities and neurodivergent teams
  5. Guidance for collaboration in neurodivergent teams
  6. Taking the guesswork out of collaboration via explicit competency networks
  7. Examples of autistic collaboration

Learning how to interface with the neurotypical world and related tools

  1. A field guide to earthlings: An autistic/Asperger view of neurotypical behaviour
  2. Describing and understanding sociotechnological systems
  3. Living in a neurotypical world: Part 1 and Part 2
  4. Including autistic stakeholders
  5. Autperforming LinkedIn group : promoting collaboration on an equal footing
  6. Autistic social skills training for non-autistic people

If you would like to contribute further useful knowledge to this repository, please contact us and submit relevant details such as electronic links or documents for publication.