Go To The Doctor
Go To The Doctor

Go To The Doctor

Parental
Parental

Parental

Doctor Appointment
Doctor Appointment

Doctor Appointment

appointment
 appointment

appointment

hopefully
 hopefully

hopefully

hayes
 hayes

hayes

instead
 instead

instead

marks
marks

marks

hoping
hoping

hoping

yours
yours

yours

🔥 | Latest

Scheduling: What is AUTISTIC BURNOUT? a guide from Autism Women's Network signs Lack of motivation (hard to care about goals when everyday life is overwhelming e Loss of executive functioning abilities (decision-making, organization, etc.) Difficulty with self-care . Easier to reach overload or meltdown Loss of speech, selective mutism Lethargy, exhaustion e Illness, digestive issues . Memory loss Inability to maintain masks or use social skills . Overall seeming "more autistic" or stereotypical May have period of high energy before collapse causesS Passing as neurotypical /suppressing autistic traits . Doing 'too much', too much stress . Aging: needing more downtime, having less energy ....c...Changes, good or bad (relationships, jobs, living arrangements, belongings, environment, routines...) . Sleep deprivation, poor nutrition, dehydration . Illness . Sensory or emotional overload . Time strategies Scheduling breaks, managing spoons . Leave of absence . Stimming, sensory diet . Exercise . Massage Reminders and supports . Routines . Better environment/job/etc. Boundaries, saying 'no Dropping the mask/façade e Solitude . Absolute quiet Creative projects, passions, special interests Paying attention to reactions and your body Sources: "Autistic Burnout- Are You Going Burnout? Anonymously Autistic. Endow, Judy. Autistic Burnout and Aging. Ollibean. Help! I seem to be getting more ssion and Fluid Adaptation." Musings of an Aspie. Schaber, Amythest. "Ask an Autistic #3-what is urnout? Thanks toia dsey All ReAWNNebraska ford p ng this guides of anti ne. haber, Amythest skan Autistic #3 what is autistic American Asperg tistic Autistic Burnout?" Thanks to Lindsey Allen, AWN Nebraska for compiling this guide. o Autism Women's Network 2017 thegooddoctorimagines:While this is from the Autism Women’s Network, it includes other genders as well.
Scheduling: What is
 AUTISTIC
 BURNOUT?
 a guide from Autism Women's Network
 signs
 Lack of motivation (hard to care about goals when everyday
 life is overwhelming
 e Loss of executive functioning abilities (decision-making,
 organization, etc.)
 Difficulty with self-care
 . Easier to reach overload or meltdown
 Loss of speech, selective mutism
 Lethargy, exhaustion
 e Illness, digestive issues
 . Memory loss
 Inability to maintain masks or use social skills
 . Overall seeming "more autistic" or stereotypical
 May have period of high energy before collapse
 causesS
 Passing as neurotypical /suppressing autistic traits
 . Doing 'too much', too much stress
 . Aging: needing more downtime, having less energy
 ....c...Changes, good or bad (relationships, jobs, living
 arrangements, belongings, environment, routines...)
 . Sleep deprivation, poor nutrition, dehydration
 . Illness
 . Sensory or emotional overload
 . Time
 strategies
 Scheduling breaks, managing spoons
 . Leave of absence
 . Stimming, sensory diet
 . Exercise
 . Massage
 Reminders and supports
 . Routines
 . Better environment/job/etc.
 Boundaries, saying 'no
 Dropping the mask/façade
 e Solitude
 . Absolute quiet
 Creative projects, passions, special interests
 Paying attention to reactions and your body
 Sources: "Autistic Burnout- Are You Going
 Burnout? Anonymously Autistic. Endow, Judy. Autistic Burnout and Aging. Ollibean. Help! I seem to be getting more
 ssion and Fluid Adaptation." Musings of an Aspie. Schaber, Amythest. "Ask an Autistic #3-what is
 urnout? Thanks toia dsey All ReAWNNebraska ford p ng this guides of anti ne. haber, Amythest skan Autistic #3 what is
 autistic
 American Asperg tistic
 Autistic Burnout?" Thanks to Lindsey Allen, AWN Nebraska for compiling this guide. o Autism Women's Network 2017
thegooddoctorimagines:While this is from the Autism Women’s Network, it includes other genders as well.

thegooddoctorimagines:While this is from the Autism Women’s Network, it includes other genders as well.