Autistics Communicating

Autistics Communicating

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Autistics are stereotyped as not knowing how to communicate appropriately. As each Autistic is unique from another, each of us communicates differently.

Some of us communicate verbally. Some of us communicate nonverbally. Some of us are non-speaking, but we still communicate.

While Grace Ogden-Parker and I will not be speaking for every Autistic, we will be advocating for the diversity of Autistic Adults communicating with others in our own Autistic languages and styles of communicating.

Are Neurotypicals really listening?

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Go to todaysautisticmoment.com for the transcript

Autistics are stereotyped as not knowing how to communicate appropriately. As each Autistic is unique from another, each of us communicates differently.

Some of us communicate verbally. Some of us communicate nonverbally. Some of us are non-speaking, but we still communicate.

While Grace Ogden-Parker and I will not be speaking for every Autistic, we will be advocating for the diversity of Autistic Adults communicating with others in our own Autistic languages and styles of communicating.

Are Neurotypicals really listening?

--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2daysautistic/support

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