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 Neurodiversity||Learning about Autism||Learning about ADHD||Navigating Academics or Employment||Promoting Mental Health|
|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.||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.|
|Different Brains: a non-profit dedicated to Neurodiversity that includes blog posts, videos, and a number of valuable links and resources.||Understanding the Autistic Mind: Notebooks for Navigating Different Minds.||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|
|Stanford Neurodiversity Project: many great resources including regular meetings hosted by the Special Interest Group for Neurodiversity.||Introduction to Autism (Autism FAQ): by Lydia X. Z. Brown.||Neurodiversity Career Connector. Search for a job and learn about success stories.|
|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.||"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.|
|Autistic Doctors International. An online resources by and for autistic doctors worldwide.|
|Autistic-Self Advocacy Network (ASAN): a non-profit by and for autistic people.|