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When we started Aspie Family, we had a dream of creating a fully accessible website for neurodiverse families. This meant that the same content would be available in multiple formats–written, video, and audio. But it is a lot more work to create videos than to write articles (those YouTubers are dedicated to their craft!) So we decided to start with the articles so that we could provide something right away and then once we had enough supporters to make it possible, we would do videos. Our plan was whiteboard style explainer videos as these seem to work better than talking head videos for most of our Aspie friends and family. But of course, these are also time and skill intensive. Talking head videos are faster and at least provide the audio but for visual learners, this leaves a lot to be desired.
If you believe in the importance of a fully accessible website for everyone, head over to Patreon to see how you can be part of the dream (and also collect your free printables, join private Q&A posts, or be a part of live discussions).