Adults with ASD ARI E-bulletin

ARI (Autism Research Institute) has initiated a quarterly newsletter devoted entirely to topics related to adults with autism spectrum conditions.

While for years many in our community (autistic and neurotypical alike) have said the concerns of adults generally tend to take a back seat to media, research and information about children with ASD, few steps have been made to rectify this imbalance.

With this publication ARI hopes to play at a least a small role in placing adults with autism, and the families and professionals who support them, more squarely on the map of our awareness about ASD.

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The Riot! Where self-advocates have something to saySelf-advocates are people with disabilities who speak up for themselves and others. Self-advocates speak up with spoken words, sign language, letter boards or in ways unique to each person.

The Riot is about self-advocacy. We offer a newsletter, a blog where self-advocates can share opinions, an online art gallery, toolkits, games and services to help individuals become stronger self-advocates.  We cover topics that are important to self-advocates.  And we really don’t like silly rules that just keep people down.

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We are serious about self-advocacy issues, but we also want to make you laugh and feel good about life.  Join us to celebrate the strengths of self-advocates. Help take on the barriers that stand in the way. Most of all, let’s work together to help people live the life they want with the support they need.

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