The Autistic Communication Checklist

Tips on ways to decrease the stress of communicating with the neurotypical world as an autistic adult.

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The first thing to know about communicating as an autistic adult is that everyone understands information differently. It can be easy to get lost with your thoughts and not realize that no one will 100% match your communication preferences. It can be frustrating when communication feels like talking…

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Tas (they/them)

We are autistic members of the disability community and hold various mental health diagnoses. We are advocates for social justice, writers and scholars of life.