Neurodivergent Affirming OT Practice
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An Autistic led non-for-profit organisation aiming to transform the lives of Autistic people and those who care about them by changing the frame through which society views Autism.
The Neurodivergent Friendly Workbook of DBT Skills
by Sonny Jane Wise - Neurodivergent educator, consultant and advocate @livedexperience educator.
An Autistic led organisation dedicated to supporting neurodivergent girls and gender diverse individuals.
News, views, resources and information in different formats about neurodiversity in the workplace.
by Dr Devon Price
Devon Price is a social psychologist, professor and proud Autistic person. This book combines research, lived experience and practical exercises to support authenticity and embrace Autistic traits. “Unmasking Autism gifts its readers with the tools to uncover their true selves and build a new society – one where everyone can thrive on their own terms.”
by Yenn Purkis and Dr Wenn Lawson
Written by two leading Autistic trans activists), blending personal accounts with evidence-based insights and up-to-date information, and written from a perspective of empowerment and self-acceptance, the book promotes pride, strength and authenticity, covering topics including self-advocacy, mental health and camouflaging and masking as well as key moments in life such as coming out or transitioning socially and/or physically.
by Clem Bastow (Autistic Screenwriter, Advocate and Researcher)
by Clem Hannah Louise Belcher
Growing up autistic can often feel as though you have to become a chameleon in social situations, camouflaging yourself to fit in with a seemingly neurotypical world. Combining lived experience with scientific research and practical advice, this book is the essential guide to understanding why you mask and how to feel confident without one.
by Lydia Wilkins
The Autism-Friendly Cookbook was created by journalist Lydia Wilkins for autistic adults and teens to turn to when cooking for friends, lacking inspiration, or on those low-energy days. With recipes to suit any occasion, the book is written in clear, jargon-free language which makes 'the obvious' obvious.
To Listen - Podcasts
Monique Mitchelson (Neurodivergent Psychologist)
Dr Michelle Livock (Clinical Neuropsychologist)
co-hosted by an Autistic psychologist and an Autistic teacher
Discussions on neuronormativity, gender norms, sex and intimacy, pleasure, and creating more queer and neurodivergent spaces.