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One time I was having lunch at school, and overheard another student say how stupid I was, as if not being verbal was an indication of not being intelligent. Sadly, lots of people think this way and have no problem letting me know. It’s so common and unrelenting and as random as a sneeze. Getting…

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This month, I would like to share a thought or two on an important topic: making sure that a disabled person’s wishes are the main, central focus on anything that has an impact on their well-being and life experience, even if they are young and low-speaking. As someone who relies on others to transition through…

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This month, I’d like to focus on my thoughts about the return to not wearing masks and to no longer having to stay home out of fear of getting exposed to COVID. First, it’s a little strange to be outside without a mask on, but I imagine we will keep wearing them out of caution.…

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Q: I am very interested in the importance of the autistic community and how speaking autistic people can better support and advocate for non-speaking autistics. Niko: It seems like there are times when the disability community must come together to advocate on behalf of its broad array of members, and funding seems to be at…

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