State of Dis-Union: The NeuroDiversity Movement At A Crossroads And Why It Should Matter To Everyone
I’m a recently-diagnosed autistic man, and in the years since I wrote the article, Autistic Uprising: a Neurodivergent Rebellion of Hearts and Minds, I’ve invested my organization deeply in the service of engaging, equipping, and encouraging autistic…
Autistic Uprising: a Neurodivergent Rebellion of Hearts and Minds
Editor’s note: When J David Hall first wrote this, he didn’t yet know he was autistic… but when we read this, autistics did. First featured on Medium, this article made waves. We are glad that David has found a home at NeuroClastic and that we can …
Mental Health Carnage: the Relentless Misunderstanding of Autistic Persons
The chilled air in the place seemed filled with unease. Clean, sterile, with “handlers” at every carefully-monitored corner of the place. Doors locking in neat rhythm as any cries of the patients behind them went unheard by the visitors.
Watch Christa Holmans (Neurodivergent Rebel) & J. David Hall: A Community Conversation on Neurodiversity
Neurodivergent Rebel Christa Holmans and J. David Hall conference about creating accepting and accommodating culture for autistics in schools and workplaces.
Walking in the Autistic Eye of the Storm
I remember the acrid smell of something broken. Salty, sour, it permeated the Gulf Coast air like the scent of some fading electrical fire or burnt gunpowder perhaps. A battle between sky, sea and land with humans in the crucible. Looking out across a nearly empty motel parking lot, broken glass dully shone in the […]