I am an advocate for neurodiversity. All ecosystems on the planet thrive and survive because of diversity.
I am grateful to the allistic allies who wish to help neurodivergent people correct the number of incorrect, dangerous and pervasive myths about autism and overall toxic view that most people seem to have of autistic people. We need you with us. Thank you!
I Am Available to Speak to your Workplace or School
As the saying goes… #nothingaboutuswithoutus
It is upsetting to see conferences, symposiums and professional development put together by neurotypical people talking ABOUT US, without consultation WITH US.
In 2022 (and with Dylan Alcott as our Australian of The Year), we are more than ready to have people with lived experience telling their stories.
Go straight to the source. We’re here, eager to help you make change in a way that is respectful, accurate and exciting.
Neurodivergent people deserve their place (and voice) in the world as much as neurotypical people.
It is absolutely one of my life missions to improve the levels of respect, inclusion and celebration of autistic people.
Contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org
I Write About Neurodiversity
Mamamia article: I Was Diagnosed Autistic at 45: Here’s 6 Things I Want You to Know
Reframing Autism article: Creating Actually Autistic Care
I am writing my first novel with neurodivergent characters.
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I Built a Business
I Talk About Autism
See me at the Yellow Ladybugs ADHD and Autistic Minds Conference, 2022
I’m delighted to have been invited to this year’s Yellow Ladybugs Conference.
See me at the National Education Summit.
I’m very pleased to announce that I will be presenting the opening session of the ‘Diverse Learners Symposium’ at the National Education Summit in Brisbane, in August this year.
The title of my session is “Reimagining Autism: Myths, Autistic Truth, Cultivating Empathy”.
If you’re heading to the summit, I’d love to see you there. If you’re still to get tickets, you can find them here.
I have a podcast where I chat about autism in 10 minutes or less. Find it on Spotify and iTunes.
I visit other podcasts. Check out Writes4Women, where I chat with Pamela Cook about autism and my writing career.