(RE)FRAMED Podcast: S1 E1: with Guest Hannah Solomons

(RE)FRAMED S1 E1Our podcast, (RE)FRAMED, has been created to center our stories, share our knowledge and contribute to conversations impacting Autistic people, our community and our children. In our own words, we are framing, and re-framing, our stories!

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(RE)FRAMED Podcast: S1 E1: with guest Hannah Solomons

In this very first episode of (RE)FRAMED we were so privileged to speak with Hannah Solomons (she/her). This conversation takes us to many places, including chats about former Australian prime ministers and Disability Theology. Hannah also discusses valid anger and how she works to transform that into positive action and disability pride!

Hannah was diagnosed with Autism at eleven, lives with epilepsy and has lived experience with mental health challenges. She is currently completing her PhD in disability and the law at the University of Technology, Sydney. She is active in the disability and autism communities and runs Disability Pride Sydney, and the Sydney Epilepsy Jacaranda Club, along with being on the ABC show ‘You Can’t Ask That – Autism’


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