A forum for people with ANY disabilities (Physical/Cognitive/Mental) and those interested.
alin0s wrote:Tell your supervisor that I think she is a jerk! I hope she gave you a hug after that!
You say its your Autism? I don't think so. Autism can sometimes affect motor control in limited ways. Your motor skill absence is your Arnold Chari Malformation. And probably the lack of any good 4 Pole motors. (powerchair joke)
harvester52 wrote:I have really bad motor skills (and I know Alin is going to make a joke about that one) but I have a terrible time handwriting, I walk funny, and I have swan neck deformity in my fingers. If you don't know what that is, a lot of people with CP have it, it's where the middle joint of your finger hyperextends because the tendons are stretched, resulting in the top joint to bend down so your finger bends like a Z.
The motor skills thing is made worse by my dysmorphia because my brain often doesn't know how to operate my hands. Sometimes, I'll go to grab something, and I'll stall and stare at it for a moment as if to try to figure out how to pick it up, as if the thought process required to use a hand disappears and the closest one I have is the one to use my header to move sh*t. That gets really annoying... it happened so bad once that I couldn't walk and I was stuck in my friend's yard until my brain decided to function with my physical body.
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