Haley’s Books

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The Young Autistic Adult’s Independence Handbook

Are you living away from home for the first time, graduating from school or perhaps getting a new job? These transitions can be especially overwhelming to deal with as a young autistic adult. This survival guide is bursting with neurodivergent-friendly advice from autistic people themselves (and a few neurotypicals too) for young adults embarking on their own journeys of self-discovery and independence.

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Great Minds Think Differently:

Neurodiversity for Lawyers and Other Professionals

This book lays the groundwork for a more inclusive and understanding legal culture and profession. It explains neurodiversity from the author’s own perspective and elucidates the value and advantages neurodiverse colleagues can bring to practice.

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Middle School – The Stuff Nobody Tells You About: A Teenage Girl with ASD Shares Her Experiences

CEC Yes I Can Award Winner! Middle school is an intimidating time for most students, but for students with autism spectrum disorder, it can be a veritable minefield of hidden curriculum rules, social misunderstandings, and cliques – and that’s before they even get to the academics!

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A Freshman Survival Guide
For College Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders

How do you know which college is right for you? What happens if you don’t get on with your roommate? And what on earth is the Greek system all about? As a university student with High-Functioning Autism, Haley Moss offers essential tips and advice in this insider’s guide to surviving the Freshman year of college.

Haley’s Articles

Workplace Inclusion

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How to react when an employee discloses a disability

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How I navigate networking events as a person who doesn’t drink

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How Law Firms Can Welcome And Celebrate Autistic Lawyers

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How I disclose my disability during a job search

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Too Often, Neurodiverse Hiring Efforts Overlook Female Job Seekers

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Hiring Neurodiverse People Like Me Can Give Companies a Competitive Advantage

Law & Policy

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Accessible Legal Tech Begins With Empathy in Design

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Britney Spears Was Freed From Her Conservatorship a Year Ago, But the Need For Reform Remains Logo


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‘We’ve Made Strides, but Not Enough of Them’: The ADA Turns 31 Today and the Legal Industry Has Work to Do

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Britney Spears’s Conservatorship Is a Disability Rights Issue That Deserves More Attention

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Reflections on #ADA30 as a Young Lawyer with a Disability

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The Americans With Disabilities Act Remains Crucial in the Fight Against Ableism 29 Years Later

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Finding My Voice

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I’m A Female, Autistic Lawyer, & Every Day I Have To Counter These Stereotypes

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I’m Florida’s First Openly Autistic Attorney. Here’s What That Means

Politics, History, & Current Events

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Standardized Tests and Students with Disabilities: How the SAT, LSAT and Bar Discriminate

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Helen Keller’s Legacy: A Socialist and a Suffragist Who Pushed Boundaries

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Which 2020 Democratic Candidates Are Taking Disability Rights Seriously?

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As an autistic woman, the disability question at the Democratic debate finally made me feel seen

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Greta Thunberg’s Activism Helps Other Autistic Women See Themselves

Personal Perspective

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The One Thing I Use To Make My Apartment Sensory-Friendly As An Autistic Person

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My parents compared me to Harry Potter to explain my autism diagnosis, and it made me feel like I had special powers

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I Love Fitness – But It Can Be Sensory Overload

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For Autistic People, “Benevolent Ableism” Can Be a Form of Bullying

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Telling My High School Class That I’m Autistic is the Best Thing I’ve Ever Done

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Wearing the Autistic Badge of Responsibility

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The Icing on the Cake: Autism and Picky Eating

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Autistic Adults Shouldn’t Be Children of a Lesser God

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Why Creating Artwork Helps Me as a Person on the Autism Spectrum

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What I Learned as an Autistic College Student

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Her Story: I’m a Collegiette With Autism

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It’s Okay to be Different: How Opening Up About My Autism Brought Me New Life

Culture & Entertainment

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3 Switch Games That Help Regulate My Brain

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As an autistic person, the offensive #AutismChallenge TikTok trend reinforced my decision to stay away from the app

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Diverse Autistic Authors Are Changing Neurodiversity Representation in Books

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For Autistic People, Star Trek Can be a Lens Into the World

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How to Date When You Have a Disability

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Parents’ online sharing can be particularly problematic for autistic kids. Here’s why.

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How Video Games Gave Me a Foundation of Acceptance Growing Up Autistic

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Kayla Cromer is an Autistic Actress. Autistic Girls and Women Have Been Waiting For This

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My Autistic Opinion: Atypical is a Stereotypical Representation of Autism