Blogging on autism and art.
[…] coming from our senses, fitting them with our experience and skills, making unique connections. Sonia Boué‘s term ‘brain dancing’ describes this […]
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Judy (An Autism Observer)
Thank you for including me on your list – that is quite a list! Autistic artist blogging on autism and art – is fine. 🙂
Thanks for your response. I will change your blog’s description to “Dx18+; artist blogging on autism and art” when I next update. (“Autistic” goes without saying.)
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I rather not give my age but is there a late dx option. We are a specific group who seem to find solace in one another – this might be a good way of flagging blogs for late dx people? No other labels please, and TY for asking 🙂
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“Dx18+” means diagnosed in adulthood. You can also be more specific with “Dx50+” for diagnosed above age 50, etc.
Haha! Oh go on then – Dx50+
I just pulled a number out of the air; I didn’t mean to suggest that you might be over 50 yourself. Or maybe I was thinking of myself (age 60, and finally eligible for some senior discounts).
OK, “Dx50+; artist blogging on autism and art” it is.
Thanks for writing your blog. I’ve been enjoying reading it (including the archives) for over a year.
Great guess! And TYSM for reading the blog for a year + 🙂
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