Help Me to Empathise with My Autistic Child

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Following on from her exceptional previous webinar, Autistic Autism researcher, Jessica Harrison, expands her discussion about Autistic empathy to discuss how parents can better empathise with their Autistic children.

A must-watch webinar that covers fundamental and practical topics like meltdowns and sensory overwhelm, Jessica speaks from an Autistic perspective about what empathy Autistic children need from their loved ones. This video is funded by the National Disability Agency.


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