Every time we ask a question, we are generating a possible version of life. (~David Epston in Cowley and Springen, 1995 , p. 74) When was the last time […]
Building community means, I believe, recognizing good work going on around us, and one way to do that is, as my mother taught me years ago, to write thank you […]
This was to be TAG’s first weekend retreat, but instead I spent today in the garden. When Catherine and I envisioned TAG, all we knew for sure is that we […]
We wanted to let TAG-followers know about an exciting event happening here in beautiful downtown Asheville – the first ever Autism Pride Week, June 16-June 23! The week will start […]
Because we were listening to music from Hedwig and the Angry Inch tonight, and because we love these illustrations… Happy Valentine’s day, everyone.
The purpose of TAG is social: to remind us, each one of us, that we are it to each other. Our lives are comprised of individual experiences that other people […]
Generations of theses and dissertations could be, have been, and will continue to be written regarding the myth of a non-autistic person who somehow exists within the autistic person. Jim […]
To me it’s just like breathing, something that I do,
So don’t dismiss me just ’cause I’m not exactly just like you.
TAG was created because we wanted to see more Autistic spaces in this world. We believe ourselves to be allies (for more about allies, see Kassiane’s terrific essay here), although […]
Telling Our Own Stories: Self-Advocacy and Disclosure DATES: April 11-14, 2013 This retreat has been canceled! Look for additional offerings in the future! LOCATION: Christmount Retreat Center, Black Mountain, NC […]