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In this episode, Paul Moore sits down with our very own Digital Marketing Apprentice, Terri-Anne Fell. Terri-Anne has both Autism and Dyspraxia and was diagnosed with both at the ages of 17 and 22. In this podcast, Terri-Anne speaks about her own diagnostic journey, the way her autism is perceived by others, the trope of not 'looking autistic' and how she's adjusted to living life as an autistic person.
In this episode, we speak to Jane Green, an Autism Educationalist who supports and advocates for autistic people and those living with invisible disabilities/chronic illnesses. For over 25 years, Jane has supported children and adults with special needs across early years education, primary and secondary schools, and further education. She has developed and designed training in autism for schools, employment organisations, local authorities, trusts, and charities.
She also shares her experiences of her own autism diagnosis, having been told that she couldn't be autistic all her adult life, believed by Jane to be down to age, gender stereotyping, and being a professional. However, Jane was diagnosed autistic in 2016, aged 54. When her eldest child was diagnosed autistic, she returned to studying to become an educational psychologist.
In this episode, Paul Moore chats with Jane Cowell, the mother of Lucy, who was diagnoses with Autism at the age of 20 years old. Jane speaks about her fight for Lucy's diagnosis, how she found parenting Lucy growing up, and what support is available to parents of children and young people with autism.
In this episode, Paul Moore chats with Lucy Cowell, a School Success Advisor who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 20. She talks about her late diagnosis and how this affected her, how autism presents itself differently in females, and how education providers can encourage autistic people to thrive in their environment.
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