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Assumptions about women with autism

Assumptions about women with autism On 8 March, it is International Women’s Day. In many countries, women are doing well. More and more attention is being paid to equality between women and men. In some countries, as you know, such equality is still a long way off. Autism looks different in everyone and there are […]

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7 tips to get through a busy working day

7 tips to get through a busy working day You see it happening everywhere, many people experience an ever-increasing workload. The balance in your working day is sometimes completely lost. For people with autism, that pressure has even more impact. Because of their sensitivity to stimuli and stress. So here are 7 tips to get […]

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What does an autism-friendly workplace look like?

What does an autism-friendly workplace look like? More and more is known about neurodiversity, including autism, and the importance of diversity and inclusiveness in the workplace. Employers have a very important role in creating a work environment where people with neurodiverse brains, such as autism, are comfortable in their work and can use their talents. […]

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Autism and stress signals

Autism and stress signals One of the first topics we start with in the 1-to-1 coaching sessions and in the group sessions is stress signals. And of course specifically autism and stress signals. What is a signal for you that you are starting to feel stressed? How does your stress feel? How can you notice […]

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Adaptations that work for autism

Adaptations that work for autism Recently, I have been sharing a lot of information about autism, work, pitfalls and qualities. One very important topic related to it I want to share with you today : adaptations that work with autism, especially in the workplace. It’s often in small things Many people with (suspected) autism who […]

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Pitfalls and qualities of people with autism

Pitfalls and qualities of people with autism Nowadays, you hear media reports about autism quite regularly. For instance, about a Dutch celebrity talking about his or her autism diagnosis. Or stories of experience from less well-known Dutch people. When you talk about autism, what exactly are you talking about? What are the pitfalls and qualities […]

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Neurodiversity as a strenght

Neurodiversity as a strenght This week I attended the first day of the training Neurodiversity coaching. It was a good training and helpful to get erverything in line again when it comes to neurodiversity. I regularly come across something in which I recognise myself. And that’s good to know. We were also talking about┬áneurodiversity as […]

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Women with autism

Women with autism On my article some time ago about high-functioning autism in women, I received a lot of responses. From women who recognise themselves in my article and talk about how autism works in them. I also received questions from women with autism about how autism works in women. Autism is different for each […]

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High-functioning autism in women

High-functioning autism in women You’ve probably heard of high-functioning autism in women before. But what is it really about? Does it mean that women with autism never encounter any problems? Do they have autism on paper but don’t experience any difficulties in practice? Let me explain. High-functioning autism High-functioning autism occurs in both men and […]

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Suspected autism

Suspected autism I often read and write about autism. About how I experience it in my practice as an autism coach and about what we encounter within our family. And, of course, what other people write about autism in blogs and books. In these, it is often about people with an autism diagnosis and also […]

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