Latest blog posts
Celebrating the key workers who happen to have learning disabilities
Emergency planning for family carers has never been more important
How should we think about post-pandemic grief support for people with a learning disability?
I'm an autistic, mixed race woman - let's discuss intersectionality
Doing the right thing regarding sex and relationships – the 'My Rights' charter
Staying socially connected in old age: "If I lose those friends as a whole, I wonder exactly what would happen to me"
"I don't sleep, I rest" - navigating nighttime in a non-autistic world
Why learning disability campaigning makes business sense
Social distancing is no 'blessing in disguise' for autistic people like me
"When others don’t give us access to devices or fail to acknowledge our words - we may not realise the power of them"
Jordyn Zimmerman recently graduated with her bachelors degree in education policy from Ohio University. Diagnosed as autistic, Jordyn did not have access to a communication system until 2014, at the age of 18 years old. She writes for Learning Disability Today about how the world can be made more inclusive of autistic people who use alternative and augmentative communication (AAC).