Aucademy are very pleased to be co-hosting an Autistic mental health event in 2021 with Reframing Autism, and one of our valued contributors David Gray-Hammond of Emergent Divergence. Donation tickets to be released early 2021. Pop this in your calendars! “We are so excited to bring you this event in May 2021, a collaboration with … Continue reading The Autistic Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 1st – 2nd May 2021
Tigger Pritchard, who produces video shorts called “Coffee with Tigger”, is kindly, lushly, gorgeously sharing his video shorts with Aucademy for Tigger Tuesdays. Tigger’s video shorts look at the amazing Autistic world, with guests, reviews, tips, ideas and advice. From The Autism Coffee Shop with Tigger Pritchard, Facebook page, Podcasts and more. Hosted by Tigger, … Continue reading Tigger Tuesdays – video shorts
Picture of words for the bin and words to use instead. Written as text further down the page. In the bin Keep, practice, and role model Person with autismOn the spectrum Autism DiseaseDisorderIllnessMental illnessProblemIssueDeficitImpairmentPathological Challenging Violent Low functioningHigh functioningSevere/mild autism TraitsSymptomsRisk of autism CureTreatmentInterventionStrategies Behaviour Special interests Autistic person Neurodevelopmental differenceNeurodivergenceDifference Challenged by e.g. the environment Anxious; distressed; meltdown Support need/s – … Continue reading Language for the bin (& what to use instead)!
Saturday 15th August 2020 – by Harry Thompson It is no secret to my listeners, readers and friends that in my experience in working with PDA families, I have come to loathe one, simple question: “How do I get my child to X?” Now on the surface, this question may seem harmless and reasonable, but … Continue reading How do I Get my Child to…X?
Friday 7th August 2020 – by Victoria Busuttil Today I feel deep seated, unadulterated, rage and anger. I’m sat here drinking tea, freshly poured out of my favourite tea pot. I politely dunk my Rich Tea biscuits. Feel sorry for the dog and give her an occasional biscuit. I love the sound she makes when … Continue reading A rightly angry Autistic blog
Recorded and originally aired: Thursday 16th July 2020, 20:00-21:00 BST/London; 12:00-13:00 PT: Aucademy in discussion live: Kim Rhodes – beginning the neurodivergence discovery journey, with Chloe & Harry of Aucademy **Please note we are not clinicians or diagnosticians** Dr Chloe Farahar – Autistic academic, educator, and self-advocateHarry Thompson – Author, speaker, educator, and self-advocateKim Rhodes … Continue reading Aucademy in discussion live: Kim Rhodes – beginning the neurodivergence discovery journey
Aucademy in discussion: Four Autistic women and their Autistic journeys Recorded and originally aired: Sat 27th June, 20:00-22:00 BST/London In this video four Aucademy Educators discuss their journey to discovering their Autistic identities. Talk outline: 1. Chloe’s journey (she/they) – growing up as an Autistic child not knowing she was Autistic; discovering later in life … Continue reading Aucademy in discussion: Four Autistic women and their Autistic journeys
In June 2020 Harry did an “in discussion” with actress Kim Rhodes on “Pathological” Demand Avoidance. Kim discusses her Autistic, PDA daughter and how she accepts and embraces her neurodivergent daughter.
Aucademy in discussion: Interview with Emma Dalmayne, Autistic Woman of Colour, advocate, & activist
Aucademy is pleased to have recorded this interview with Emma Dalmayne discussing POC Autistic experiences and the support these minorities need. Emma is an Autistic Woman of Colour, advocate, and activist, fighting against the harm done to Autistic people in the name of “curing” us. Emma is also the author of two great books explaining … Continue reading Aucademy in discussion: Interview with Emma Dalmayne, Autistic Woman of Colour, advocate, & activist
Blog post – Chloe Prof Peter Kinderman , someone I have had the pleasure of meeting, is a kind and empathetic professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool. His work seeks to address the real causes of psychological distress, placing the causes more accurately outside of a persons head and more firmly in … Continue reading Why we’re all weird, but nobody is ill
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