Prue Stevenson on Stimming and Senses

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| 08 Jul 2020

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Join Prue Stevenson, Autistic Consultant for Amaze, Deakin School of Psychology Research Collaborator, Ensemble Member of Rawcus Inclusive Theatre, and RMIT School of Art Alumni (BA & MFA) (, as they share their favourite stims and explore the connection between stimming and sensory profile.

This video is funded by the National Disability Agency.


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