We are a small team of talented Autistic people with a wide range of skills and experience. We love researching about and educating on Autistic experience. We look forward to working with you to educate you, your children, families, employees – everyone!

Brief details of educator topics and specialisations below – click an educators name to be taken to their more detailed page (a list of collaborators, speakers, and guests, their bios and topics covered with links on pinned blog here).

Our permanent educators and presenters have covered topics such as:

What *is* autism?; the spectrum really; Autistic challenges and strengths; the importance of Autistic identity, culture, community, and space for wellbeing; the importance of language; late discovery; psychosis; addiction; stigma; mental health; the importance of media for wellbeing; Autistic pride; harmful stims and self-harm; disclosing one’s Autistic identity; boundaries; Autistic people and crime; gender, sexuality, and de-gendering Autistic experience; etc.

All sessions found on our YouTube channel and Facebook page, and we also have playlists based on categories for topics covered on both our Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Permanent Educators


Dr Chloe Farahar | Founder | Educator

Specialities:

  • “Autism”/Autistic experience
    • Theory, praxis, and practice
  • Neurodiversity paradigm
  • Autistic culture
  • Peer support and structured support
  • Mental health
  • Stigma

Annette Foster | Educator

Specialities:

  • “Autism”/Autistic experience
  • Performance art
  • Neurodiversity paradigm
  • Autistic culture
  • Peer support and structured support

David Gray-Hammond | Educator

Specialities:

  • Autistic experience
  • Addiction
  • Psychosis
  • Mental health, wellbeing, stigma
  • Neurodiversity

Tigger Pritchard | Educator

Specialities:

  • Autistic experience
  • “Pathological” Demand Avoidance (PDA)

Jessica Chudasama-Alloway | Administrative Manager | Educator

Specialities:

  • Autistic experience; synaesthesia; hallucinations
  • Neurodiversity
  • Peer support and structured support

GUEST EDUCATORS AND COLLABORATORS

With at least one session a week, we have had on lots of fantastic Autistic educators of different backgrounds covering a diverse range of topics.

Head to our growing pinned blog to find out who our Guest Educators have been so far, and what topics they covered.

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