(RE)FRAMED Podcast: S1:E10 – with Guest Tara Pascoe

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| 18 Jul 2023

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Reframed Podcast Webimage S1e10 ReviewtaraOur 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:E10 – with guest Tara Pascoe

In our second (RE)FRAMED Review episode we review the book ‘Unmasking Autism’ by Dr. Devon Price.

Tara (they/she) is a non-binary, queer, Autistic ADHDer. They have a special interest in disability advocacy and neurodiversity and spend as much time as they can engrossed in the newest books, essays and comics by neurodivergent authors and illustrators and sharing these resources within their communities. They love to collect thrifted glass pieces and have a passion for film and television, particularly horror and animation, and will be a regular guest for our (RE)Framed Review bonus episode book reports!

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