Tag: Autism-Friendly

Autistic Pride 2020 Part Two

We now move onto part two of the Autistic Pride Online coverage. Thank you for bearing with us. Condensing eleven hours into a readable format is no picnic! Mark Blake:Co-Founder

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Autistic Pride 2020 Part One

We hope you all enjoyed celebrating Autistic Pride 2020, especially our friends at Autistic Paddies. Given the length of Autistic Pride Alliance’s Online Celebration, coverage will be split into several

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Autism and College Drop Out

Go Back  Between the sensory changes, new routines and demanding workloads, starting university can be especially challenging for autistic students. Despite supports from Disability Services and Student Unions, autism college

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Conor McDermott : Autism and Airports

Conor McDermott has recently completed a research project for his undergraduate in Occupational Therapy. The project is a survey based on interviews with three autistic adults about their experiences going

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Emma Davies Speech

Emma Davies, a young autistic advocate and friend of AsIAm, recently delivered a speech to her school about autism. The following is the transcript of the speech in Emma’s own

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