Ditch the stigma, celebrate your identity, and put yourself first with these 100+ exercises that reinforce the idea that neurodiversity is a strength and teaches you how to relax, destress, find your community, practice self-love, and more.

When you’re autistic, it can be tough to prioritize wellness.

Self-Care for Autistic People can help you engage in some neurodivergent self-care—without pretending to be neurotypical. You’ll find more than 100 activities that help you accept yourself, destigmatize autism, find your community, and take care of your physical and mental health. You’ll find solutions for managing the challenging aspects of autism, as well as ideas to bring out the many positive aspects. With expert advice from therapist Megan A. Neff, this book will help you make the most of your life and your diagnosis.

About the author(s)

Dr. Megan A. Neff is a neurodivergent (Autistic-ADHD) clinician, parent, and advocate. She works with late-in-life diagnosed autistic and ADHD people and creates mental health and wellness resources with the neurodivergent person in mind. She is a clinical psychologist, researcher, and writer who stumbled into becoming an accidental “Instagram therapist” and content creator. In a constantly evolving digital and mental health landscape, she often finds herself reflecting on what it means to be human, a helper, and how we can show up for each other.

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