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Autism in mothers and children

Autism in mothers and children

As we said in the previous article, between 17% and 23% of parents of autistic children have an extended phenotype of autism, that is, they present...

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Dichotomous thinking in autism

Dichotomous thinking in autism

“You are exaggerating”, “you are too sensitive”, “you take everything as a personal attack” are phrases that some autistic people (not all, of...

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The specialists 1

The specialists 1

I arrived at Specialisterne when I was 23, after various attempts at some educational and training opportunities. I had had issues getting through...

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¿Neuroinclusion?

¿Neuroinclusion?

It’s been a while since a new word has appeared into the world of Diversity & Inclusion: neuroinclusion. But, what does it mean?   It is a...

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First project in Portugal

First project in Portugal

The list of countries in which Specialisterne carries out projects continues to grow. This June we have started the first project for the inclusion...

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The benefits of neurodiversity

Working Knowledge, a Harvard Business School publication, just released an article called 'Neurodiversity: The Benefits of Recruiting Employees with...

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Autism in mothers and children

Autism in mothers and children

As we said in the previous article, between 17% and 23% of parents of autistic children have an extended phenotype of autism, that is, they present...

read more
Dichotomous thinking in autism

Dichotomous thinking in autism

“You are exaggerating”, “you are too sensitive”, “you take everything as a personal attack” are phrases that some autistic people (not all, of...

read more
The specialists 1

The specialists 1

I arrived at Specialisterne when I was 23, after various attempts at some educational and training opportunities. I had had issues getting through...

read more
¿Neuroinclusion?

¿Neuroinclusion?

It’s been a while since a new word has appeared into the world of Diversity & Inclusion: neuroinclusion. But, what does it mean?   It is a...

read more

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