Posts Tagged ‘Autism’
A Fidgetarium of Possibility
One of my minor autistic traits is fidgeting. When I was a kid, I had to learn how to do hidden fidgeting, because people (especially adults) thought fidgeting meant I wasn’t paying attention, or I was acting weird. Actually, I needed to fidget to focus my attention, though I didn’t understand that at the time.…Read More
AT to Help with Wearing a Mask!
[Image description: the featured image of this video is of Jen Mullins, a white woman who has her wavy, brown hair up in a ponytail. Jen is smiling under a floral printed mask and is holding a silicone mask insert on the outside of her mask while holding up a thumbs up. Note: the silicone…Read More
Telehealth: More Access to What We Need
By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff Earlier this year, I had an experience that I think many of us have had: I was home sick with a cold/virus/etc. and couldn’t get an appointment with my regular doctor (not that I really felt up to leaving my home to drive to the doctor & sit…Read More