- March 22, 2022
In this presentation, first broadcast at Reframing Autism’s 2021 Symposium on Autistic Flourishing: Acceptance, Authenticity, Autonomy, Tim Chan shares his knowledge on the conditions in which Autistic people with Complex Communication Needs can flourish into adulthood.
- March 17, 2022
Speech Pathologist Liz Baird shares how adopting a neurodiversity-affirming approach validated her personally and provided a way forward professionally. “Our social group is a chance to engage in a range of Autistic interaction norms, and I actively “unmask” – consciously disengage in neurotypical communication methods and model authentic connection.”
- March 14, 2022
In the twelfth episode Ginny Grant interviews American Autistic advocate JayJay Mudridge.
- March 07, 2022
In the eleventh episode Ginny Grant interviews Shadia Hancock, a young Autistic advocate, on their advocacy work and navigating tertiary studies as an Autistic speech pathology student.
“It just fits my needs better”: Autistic students and parents’ experiences of learning from home during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, a summary for non-academics
- Research summaries
- March 03, 2022
Reframing Autism’s CEO, Dr Melanie Heyworth, and colleagues, interviewed Autistic school-age students as well as Autistic and non-autistic parents of Autistic school-age children and youth. Their aim was to understand how students have been affected by COVID-19 during the pandemic.
- March 01, 2022
From her traumatic childhood to life as a successful artist and children’s book illustrator, Celeste Josephine’s journey of self-discovery is a testament to the power of Autistic passions and the self-acceptance that can be found when you connect with your neurokin.
- February 28, 2022
In the tenth episode Ginny Grant interviews Jarad McLoughlin, an Autistic, LGBTQIA+ and disability advocate and activist.
- February 23, 2022
First aired at Reframing Autism’s 2021 Symposium on Autistic Flourishing: Acceptance, Authenticity, Autonomy, Dr Kristie Patten’s presentation focuses on the idea of reframing therapy to embrace a strengths-based paradigm shift, in collaboration with stakeholder engagement and in partnership with Autistic individuals.
- Position statements
- February 21, 2022
Reframing Autism gives our full support to this open letter to the Lancet Commission on behalf of the Global Autistic Task Force on Autism Research, a committee comprising autistic advocates, researchers and representatives of organisations by and for autistic people.
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The Reframing Autism team would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we have the privilege to learn, work, and grow. Whilst we gather on many different parts of this Country, the RA team walk on the land of the Birpai, Cammeraygal, Wattamattagal, Wadawurrung, Wajuk, Amangu and Bunurong peoples.
We are committed to honouring the rich culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this Country, and the diversity and learning opportunities they provide us with. We extend our gratitude and respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and to all Elders past, present, and emerging, for their wisdom, their resilience, and for helping this Country to heal.
Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.