Everyone Needs Accommodations

Today I’d like to say something to autistic and allistic (non-autistic, if that’s a new word for you) people. Are you ready? Neurotypicals aren’t the only ones who have to accommodate others. First, let’s look at something allistics have to do to accommodate people with autism. listening to an autistic person talk about their special interest dealing with a meltdown having your social cues not received as you wanted them to be decreasing sensory input for sensitivities changing testing situations in schools getting specific foods to suit our tastes having us constantly engage in our special interests every chance we get Now, let’s list the things autistic people do to accommodate allistics,


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