Here you will find blogs written by lots of different people. Some of them are by the PEACE team, some from loved-ones, some from different clinicians and some from experts in the area. We hope whoever you are there is something here to meet your needs. We have tried to make that a bit easier by grouping articles together with hashtags. Not sure what you are looking for or just wanting to browse? Have a look at some of our suggested blogs below! Not found what you are looking for? Send us a message, we would love to hear your ideas.

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Why Studying the Brain Is So Important

Understand a bit more about the brain and how it is different for different people and what this means.

Whats that smell?

Learn more about your senses and how they can be different in autistic people with eating disorders

Men and Eating Disorders

What do eating disorders in men look like and how are they treated?

Similarities In Social and Emotional Functioning In Anorexia and Autism

Understand the differences in social and emotional functioning (including recognising emotions and empathy) in different group of people.

Think, Do and Be positive

Highlights the importance of positive communication and how it can help us change the way we feel about certain situations and create a more positive view of ourselves. There are also suggested activities to help practice positivity.

Supporting the Supporters

This resources looks at how we can involve supporters in treatment and provide them with the help they need to do their caring role

BAME

This article aims to build more of an understanding of the challenges faced by autistic people in BAME groups with eating disorders and the support available

LGBTQ+

This article aims to help understand how best to support autistic people who identify as LGBTQ+ with an eating disorder.