- Tip sheets & infographics
- March 25, 2022
In this tip sheet, Autistic advocates and university students Medha Gupta and Shadia Hancock provide their top tips for Autistic students wanting to make a smooth and successful transition to tertiary education.
- March 22, 2022
In this presentation, first broadcast at Reframing Autism’s 2021 Symposium on Autistic Flourishing: Acceptance, Authenticity, Autonomy, Tim Chan shares his knowledge on the conditions in which Autistic people with Complex Communication Needs can flourish into adulthood.
- March 17, 2022
Speech Pathologist Liz Baird shares how adopting a neurodiversity-affirming approach validated her personally and provided a way forward professionally. “Our social group is a chance to engage in a range of Autistic interaction norms, and I actively “unmask” – consciously disengage in neurotypical communication methods and model authentic connection.”
- March 14, 2022
In the twelfth episode Ginny Grant interviews American Autistic advocate JayJay Mudridge.
- March 07, 2022
In the eleventh episode Ginny Grant interviews Shadia Hancock, a young Autistic advocate, on their advocacy work and navigating tertiary studies as an Autistic speech pathology student.
“It just fits my needs better”: Autistic students and parents’ experiences of learning from home during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, a summary for non-academics
- Research summaries
- March 03, 2022
Reframing Autism’s CEO, Dr Melanie Heyworth, and colleagues, interviewed Autistic school-age students as well as Autistic and non-autistic parents of Autistic school-age children and youth. Their aim was to understand how students have been affected by COVID-19 during the pandemic.
- March 01, 2022
From her traumatic childhood to life as a successful artist and children’s book illustrator, Celeste Josephine’s journey of self-discovery is a testament to the power of Autistic passions and the self-acceptance that can be found when you connect with your neurokin.