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  • Lee du Ploy on passions

    Lee du Ploy on passions

    Join Autistic leader and advocate, Lee du Plooy, as she explores her favourite passions and pastimes.

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  • Help me to empathise with my Autistic child

    Help me to empathise with my Autistic child

    In this sequel to her earlier webinar on understanding Autistic empathy, Autistic Autism researcher, Jessica Harrison, gives us practical tips and information about empathising with our Autistic children during meltdowns and sensory overwhelm.

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  • Tom Bozic on identity

    Tom Bozic on identity

    Join Tom Bozic, co-organiser of Adult Autistic Social Group on Meetup & President of the Sydney Autism Community Lions Club, as he shares his insights into Autistic identity and living authentically.

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  • Kodie Morris Dalmayne on identity

    Kodie Morris Dalmayne on identity

    Join Kodie Morris Dalmaye, black bisexual Autistic advocate, Green Streak, as she shares her insights into Autistic identity.

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  • Help me to understand Autistic empathy

    Help me to understand Autistic empathy

    In this webinar, Autistic Autism researcher, Jessica Harrison, talks to us about what empathy actually is (and what it is not), what Autistic empathy might look like, and she examines the research evidence for the ‘standard’ view that Autistic people have an empathy deficit.

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  • Michelle Swan on stimming

    Michelle Swan on stimming

    Join Michelle Swan, Autistic advocate, educator, mentor and neurodiversity expert, as she explores her favourite stims and her sensory profile.

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  • Quincy Hansen on identity

    Quincy Hansen on identity

    Join Quincy Hansen, of Speaking of Autism – Quincy Hansen, as he shares his insights on Autistic identity and living authentically.

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  • Autistic enough: The story of a multiply neurodivergent OT

    Autistic enough: The story of a multiply neurodivergent OT

    Clare Keogh, an Autistic and multiply neurodivergent OT, reflects on her journey to embrace her identity and how that informs her work with Autistic children.

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  • Kristy Forbes on identity

    Kristy Forbes on identity

    Join Kristy Forbes, Autism and Neurodiversity Support Specialist, inTune Pathways, Educator, Autistic mother of Autistic children, wife to Autistic husband, as she shares her insights on Autistic identity and living authentically.

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