Removing the stigma against Autism

Removing the stigma against Autism

Neurodiversity removing the stigma against Autism Numerous autistic individuals have embraced the neurodiversity system. The word neurotypical portrays the more significant part of the brain, whereas autism is an explanation for the presence of variety in the...
Use of Identity-First Language

Use of Identity-First Language

When we start working with clients of CASS, we are very mindful of how they prefer to be described. Some people call themselves autistic, auties, aspies or say they have autism or aspergers. Comparatively, many clients don’t like being called autistic. I think what is...
Neurodiverse traits

Neurodiverse traits

People are naturally diverse learners The idea of neurodiversity encourages the view that brain differences are normal and conditions like Autism and ADHD aren’t ‘abnormal’.  By seeing neurodevelopmental conditions as simply variations of the human brain help us...
ADHD and ASD

ADHD and ASD

ADHD and Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are related in several ways Over recent years experts have changed how they think about the relationship between autism (ASD) and ADHD. Although ADHD is not on the autism spectrum, some of the same symptoms are evident and...