Let's Talk About Autism.
Our team of doctors, neuroscientists, engineers, educators, and individuals on the autism spectrum are here to talk about social-emotional challenges such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), technology in science, and helping your children thrive.
Students are facing a mental health crisis. The COVID pandemic has led to soaring rates of depression and anxiety in children, and even more worryingly, increased suicidal thoughts and surging demand on emergency mental health services. Despite this, there are many...
1. Media Distancing “Don’t believe everything you read! Don’t react to everything on your feed!” Every media organization thrives when their audience engages or views their content. One of the most effective ways to achieve this is to arouse powerful emotions in their...
“We aren’t ‘defective,’ but we aren’t ‘enhanced’ either.” Julie discusses misconceptions of autistic individuals and how even positive stereotypes of autism are harmful.
Julie talks about how an autistic individual’s sense of humor may differ from that of a neurotypical person. Check out her illustrations, too!
Julie Esris, Brain Power’s animator, explains how some common gestures may come across to an autistic child. As someone on the spectrum herself, Julie describes with her own illustrations.
Brain Power Customer Success Manager Aaron Shute discusses the moment he became fascinated by autism and started the journey that led him to where he is today.
Brain Power’s Julie Esris provides movie recommendations for children and young adults on the spectrum!
Brain Power’s animator, Julie Esris, explains her incredible difficultly as someone with autism to find meaningful employment. That is, until she found Brain Power.
Welcome to the Brain Power blog, your source for discussion about autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ADHD, and other social-emotional challenges.