The UW Autism Center is happy to provide resources that increase understanding of neurodiversity. We value inclusion of a range of voices. We do not necessarily endorse all of the content on all of these websites, but we have found these resources to be useful.
- Washington Post article: How listening to autistic adults helped me understand and support my son
- Neurodiversity handout by autistic UWAC psychologist Lucas Harrington, Psy.D.
- Finding the Right Autism Services for Your Child by autistic UWAC psychologist Lucas Harrington, Psy.D.
- The Problems with Functioning Labels
- A neurodiversity facts and myths primer
- Biographies of Autistic People
- Ten Tips for Discussing Autism with Your Child, by UWAC psychologist Sara Woods, Ph.D.
- Handout for “Could I Be Autistic” webinar
- Resources for Young Adults and Youth in Transition
- Local Adult ASD Resources
- ASAN’s “Welcome to the Autistic Community” booklet
- Autistic Hoya is a blog by autistic activist Lydia X. Z. Brown, with extensive resources on its Primer page