Autism Blogs: Our Top Picks

We've narrowed down our list of favorite blogs to our top selections. The following list of blogs are written by people who either have autism or other exceptionalities who share their personal journeys, or parents who share their stories of navigating the daily ups and downs of being a parent of an autistic or exceptional child. We hope you'll find them as inspirational, informative, and entertaining as we do!

Autism Blogs: Our Top Picks

Autistic.ly

Autistic.ly is a blog started by a man named Robert Walkin, who was diagnosed with autism in 2015 and decided to share his story, journey, and resources, specifically relating to autism in the workplace. On his website, you can read about how companies can be neurodiverse and inclusive. 

 

NOS Magazine

NOS Magazine was started by Sara Luterman, who won the 2017 Autism Advocate of the Year Award. The blog covers news about the neurodiversity culture and representation.

 

Learn from Autistics

Learn from Autistics covers tips for parenting tips, as well as showcases interviews with people on the autism spectrum. It allows parents, caregivers and teachers to try to put themselves in the shoes of someone on the spectrum.

 

Musings of an Aspie

Musings of an Aspie is a great blog written by Cynthia Kim. She is a late-diagnosed woman with Asperger’s Syndrome, writing about anything from motherhood, embarrassing situations, to her strategies and adapting to life with Asperger's. 

 

Neurowonderful

Neurowonderful is a blog written by Amythest Schaber, where she discusses neurodiversity and disability. She also has a YouTube Channel, Ask an Autistic, where she makes videos about what it’s like to be autistic.

 

Quirks & Chaos

Quirks & Chaos is written by a mother who shares her journey as she mothers her two youngest children. They are the youngest of seven and both have special needs: a boy with autism and an adopted little girl with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and ADHD. 

Enjoy, 

The Pieceful Solutions Team