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The following online resources includes links that have been curated by our student members of Neurodiversity Connections.  We welcome suggestions for additional resources you may find helpful.

Resources Promoting NeurodiversityLearning about AutismLearning about ADHDNavigating Academics or EmploymentPromoting Mental Health
Autistic Women & Non-Binary Network (AWIN): a space for community, support, and resources for Autistic women, girls, nonbinary people, and all others of marginalized genders.All Neurotypes videos focused on a number of issues including autism, disability justice, intersectionality and more!Chadd. org Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) includes information, support and advocacy opportunities on their website. The Hidden Curriculum, College Success an OpenStax resource from Rice University.The Costs of Camoflauging Autism article, Spectrum News.
Autistic-Self Advocacy Network (ASAN): a non-profit by and for autistic people."Ask an Autistic" videos by Amy Schaber. Her videos cover everything from self-advocacy, stimming, dealing with autistic burnout, and other coping strategies as well as detailed introductions to autism, sensory processing, and executive function.Duke Center for Girls & Women with ADHD includes helpful resources and downloadable brochures. Autism Goes to College Podcast Listen in to find out how neurodiverse students are managing at college, sometimes charting their own paths, taking creative approaches, and making it work!Self Care tool: Text-accessible, interactive self-care/executive functioning tool: bit.ly/selfcarehelp
Autistic Doctors International. An online resources by and for autistic doctors worldwide. Introduction to Autism (Autism FAQ): by Lydia X. Z. Brown.Kaleidoscope SocietyNeurodiversity Career Connector. Search for a job and learn about success stories. College Mental Health Guide for Autistic Students
College Autism Network: links varied stakeholders engaged in evidence-guided efforts to improve access, experiences, and outcomes for postsecondary students with autism. Meet an Autistic Person: YouTube channel with 35 interviews of persons on the autism spectrum created by SBSK.
Neurodiversity: Some Basic Terms and Definitions, Blog post by Nick Walker, PhD.Understanding the Autistic Mind: Notebooks for Navigating Different Minds.
Stanford Neurodiversity Project: many great resources including regular meetings hosted by the Special Interest Group for Neurodiversity.