Resources

  • Michelle Swan on stimming

    Michelle Swan on stimming

    Join Michelle Swan, Autistic advocate, educator, mentor and neurodiversity expert, as she explores her favourite stims and her sensory profile.

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  • Quincy Hansen on identity

    Quincy Hansen on identity

    Join Quincy Hansen, of Speaking of Autism – Quincy Hansen, as he shares his insights on Autistic identity and living authentically.

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  • Autistic enough: The story of a multiply neurodivergent OT

    Autistic enough: The story of a multiply neurodivergent OT

    Clare Keogh, an Autistic and multiply neurodivergent OT, reflects on her journey to embrace her identity and how that informs her work with Autistic children.

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  • Kristy Forbes on identity

    Kristy Forbes on identity

    Join Kristy Forbes, Autism and Neurodiversity Support Specialist, inTune Pathways, Educator, Autistic mother of Autistic children, wife to Autistic husband, as she shares her insights on Autistic identity and living authentically.

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  • Jacquelyn Fede on stimming and senses

    Jacquelyn Fede on stimming and senses

    Join Autistic advocate Jacquelyn Fede, of Autism Level UP!, as she explores her favourite stims and her sensory profile.

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  • Prue Stevenson on stimming and senses

    Prue Stevenson on stimming and senses

    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) (www.stimyourheartout.com), as they share their favourite stims and explore the connection between stimming and sensory profile.

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  • Summer Farrelly on passions

    Summer Farrelly on passions

    Join Summer Farrelly, Autistic advocate, artist, creator of “Chickens to Love Animal Assissted Learning Program”, and Animal Therapies Ltd Ambassador, as she shares her passions and how she is spending her time in isolation.

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  • Sandra Jones on identity

    Sandra Jones on identity

    Join Autistic Professor Sandra Jones, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement), Australian Catholic University, as she shares her insights into Autistic identity and living authentically.

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  • Danijela Turner on identity

    Danijela Turner on identity

    Join Autistic advocate, Danijela Turner (AKA Autistic Seka) as she explores why identity is important and how she strives to live an authentic, Autistic life.

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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, Gadigal, Darkinjung, Wadawurrung, Jagera, Turrbal, Whadjuk and Southern Yamatji 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.