• Neurodiversity-affirming language: A letter to your child’s support network

    Neurodiversity-affirming language: A letter to your child’s support network

    Have you ever wished your child’s teachers, therapists and social workers – or even extended family and friends – would use uplifting, self-affirming terminology when discussing your Autistic child? The Reframing Autism team have, so we created this printable letter full of respectful, Autistic-informed language to share with your child’s support network.

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  • Flourishing in Education

    Flourishing in Education

    “The only way we can expect Autistic students to flourish as their authentic selves in education is by designing our classrooms, schools and places of learning with the understanding that neurodiversity is the rule, not the exception.” In this insightful blog, US-based educator, McAlister Greiner Huynh, also known as the Neurodivergent Teacher on Facebook and Instagram shares her talk made at the Autistic Flourishing Symposium on how we can help Autistic students flourish in their education. 

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  • Creating Actually Autistic Care

    Creating Actually Autistic Care

    In this guest blog, Autistic author Josephine Moon describes her journey to establishing Actually Autistic Care, a therapy provider which offers individuals Autistic connection, support, retreats and therapy led by Autistic individuals who truly understand what it means to walk through a neurotypical word with a neurodivergent brain.

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  • Flourishing Authentically

    Flourishing Authentically

    Presented by JayJay Mudridge at Reframing Autism’s online Symposium on Autistic Flourishing: Acceptance, Authenticity, Autonomy, 5 November 2021

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  • The Autistic psychologist: How my identity enhances my practice

    The Autistic psychologist: How my identity enhances my practice

    Psychologist, Raelene Dundon, describes her journey of being a late-diagnosed Autistic woman and how being openly Autistic has informed the choices she has made to create a more collaborative and meaningful therapeutic process.

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  • Response to Attwood on transition

    Response to Attwood on transition

    Attwood has, very simply, misconstrued the causes for the correlation between transition and Autism without regard to research, facts, or the Autistic community, who surely have a right to comment on their own gender experiences.

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  • Response to Project Eleos

    Response to Project Eleos

    We have consulted with our collective members and are extremely concerned by several aspects of Project Eleos.

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