Sensory Eating is not Picky Eating

Sensory Eating is not Picky Eating

Auteur: QuincyDatum: June 10 2019 Sensory Eating is not Picky Eating I want you to imagine that you are a kid once again, maybe ten or eleven years old. You are sitting down in the evening with your family for

My daughter’s autism diagnosis at 23 shows how easily girls can mask the warning signs

My daughter’s autism diagnosis at 23 shows how easily girls can mask the warning signs

Auteur: Tracey Steward Datum: 5 February 2019 My daughter’s autism diagnosis at 23 shows how easily girls can mask the warning signs My daughter came into the world in dramatic fashion in November 1994. I had been hospitalized with pre-eclampsia

Ervaringsverhaal autisme en eetproblemen

Ervaringsverhaal autisme en eetproblemen

Iets is beter dan niets. Er is iets aan het hebben van autisme wat ik erg lastig vind. Dat is namelijk dat ik heel slecht kan beginnen met dingen en er volgens ook heel slecht weer mee kan stoppen. Het

Meisjes met autisme

Meisjes met autisme

Auteur: Els van Veen Meisjes met autisme Els van Veen (Amsterdam, 1970) is huisarts. Zij kreeg in 2014 de diagnose autisme (ASS). Omdat zij niets kon vinden over artsen met autisme, bouwde zij in 2016 de website www.artsenmetautisme.nl Een psycholoog die

What People Don’t See About My Life as an Anxious Autistic Person

What People Don’t See About My Life as an Anxious Autistic Person

Author: Katelyn DeckerDate: 7 march 2019 What People Don’t See About My Life as an Anxious Autistic Person For most of my life, I knew there was something different about me. Even as a child, I sensed that I responded

Why the Signs of Aspergers in Females Are Often Missed

Why the Signs of Aspergers in Females Are Often Missed

Author: Nazish ShokatDate: 4 february 2019 Why the Signs of Aspergers in Females Are Often Missed I may only have been diagnosed with having Asperger’s syndrome last year, but the signs have always been there. The trouble is that teachers and health

At the intersection of autism and trauma

Autism and post-traumatic stress disorder share many traits, but the connection between them was largely overlooked until now. By: Lauren Gravitz Date: 26 September 2018 Having autism can sometimes mean enduring a litany of traumatic events, starting from a young

Eating disorder or disordered eating? Eating patterns in autism

Download this article as a PDF Dr Elizabeth Shea, Clinical Psychologist at the Birmingham Food Refusal Service, describes some of the differences between avoidant eating and anorexia nervosa, with particular reference to autistic females. Author: Dr Elizabeth Shea Date: 24 May 2016