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While I write from the perspective of a non-autistic mother of a child on the autism spectrum, I follow many blogs written by autistic people, which I refer to collectively as “Autism First Voices.”

After the voice of my son, those are the first voices I want to consult for guidance and suggestions to best support my son.

These include blogs by autistic parents parenting autistic children as well as first-person blogs of the autism experience.

If you are looking for blogs and resources by those who are autistic, please check out the links below.

In the side-bar are great YouTube channels by autistic YouTubers, and a link to an amazing list of books by autistic authors.

These lists are not all inclusive, as great content is being produced every day, and it is hard to keep up with it all – if you see any blogs missing, please let me know!

Blogs by Autistics

An amazingly comprehensive list of blogs written by autistic people called the Actually Autistic Blogs List was compiled in 2016 and is still being updated.

It includes both blogs that are no longer being updated (but may still be of value to readers) as well as current and active blogs.

Perspectives and resources for and by autistic parents parenting autistic children include:

ASDMummyme 

Aspergers like me 

Autistic Motherland

Writings from autistic motherhood

Autism From a Father’s Point of View

My name is Stuart Duncan and I am the father of 2 great boys, Cameron (Autistic) and Tyler, his younger brother. It wasn’t until my oldest son was diagnosed with autism that I recognized many similarities between us that lead to the eventual diagnosis of Aspergers for myself at the age of 36.

Michelle Sutton Writes

Michelle is an Australian writer and neurodiversity rights advocate, with a background in education and psychology. Michelle is part of a neurodiverse family, with neurodivergences including autism, bipolar, depression, anxiety, sleep challenges and sensory sensitivities. Michelle identifies as Autistic.

Seriously Not Boring

My name is Jennifer Roberts Bittner. Life with my family is definitely “Not Boring.” My hope is to always learn something new through all the twists and turns of this journey as we laugh, love, work, and play.

Please let me know of other great blogs folks should read below!

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