• Medha Gupta, Flourishing in Otherness

    Medha Gupta, Flourishing in Otherness

    Originally aired at Reframing Autism’s 2021 Symposium on Autistic Flourishing: Acceptance, Authenticity, Autonomy, this presentation by Medha Gupta, a young, queer, Autistic woman of colour, from an immigrant family, explores some of the positive outcomes of always being “the other”. Medha is currently undertaking a Masters in Data Science and Health Technology and serves as […]

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  • Sex Education and Autistic LGBTQIA+ Young People

    Sex Education and Autistic LGBTQIA+ Young People

    Sex Education and Autistic/LGBTQIA+ Young People, by Dr Emma Goodall, was one of the outstanding keynote presentations at Reframing Autism’s Intersectional Identities: Autism, Gender, Sexuality Symposium in June 2021. Emma is an Autistic researcher, author, educator and life coach. In this webinar, Emma explores key concepts and considerations around sexuality and relationships.

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  • What do you do when your child comes to you and says …: Practical support strategies

    What do you do when your child comes to you and says …: Practical support strategies

    From the 2021 Symposium on Intersectional Identities: Autism, Gender, Sexuality, Reframing Autism and The Autistic Realm Australia (TARA) are pleased to present Autistic parent and TARA board member Anna Cristina on “What do you do when your child comes to you and says…: Practical support strategies.”

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  • Harry Thompson, Life in Pictures

    Harry Thompson, Life in Pictures

    Harry Thompson (pronouns he/him) is an Autistic and PDA writer, public speaker, educator, advocate and consultant. In Harry Thompson, Life in Pictures, Harry explores his childhood, teenage and early adult years, offering invaluable insights into the PDA experience.

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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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  • 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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