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Quality of Life – who gets to decide?
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Quality of Life – who gets to decide?

`…are able-bodied, neuro-typical people the standard by which we should all be judged? …` Quality of life is a very important subject.  People have the right to expect a decent quality of life, but the debate as to what an acceptable quality of life is rage...
Campaign for Disability Awareness Show – Interview Kevin Healey
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Campaign for Disability Awareness Show – Interview Kevin Healey

Campaign for Disability Awareness Lessons - Sharon Tiday, Michelle Fallick and Louise Steer, from the CFDA team held their first radio show, Campaign for Disability Awareness Show on the Access All Aerials  radio station based at Dame Hannah Rodgers Trust. on ...
Autistic Women’s Collective: A New Online Forum for Women with Autism: Part 1
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Autistic Women’s Collective: A New Online Forum for Women with Autism: Part 1

Autistic Women's Collective is a new online forum developed by Jen Saunders of Wild Sister Magazine, Tara Doyle and Silver Huang. It is an exclusive online community for women with autism, and for women who are raising girls on the autism spectrum. Recent r...
Inspiring Women with Autism – Liane Holliday Wiley
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Inspiring Women with Autism – Liane Holliday Wiley

Liane Holliday Wiley is an author and autism advocate who has written several popular books on autism, including Pretending to be Normal: Living with Asperger's Syndrome (1999), Asperger Syndrome in the Family: Redefining Normal (2001), Adolescents and Asperge...

Scottish Women with Autism Network Introduce their Book Club

SWAN Book Club - will begin on May 1. SWAN: Scottish Women with Autism was established in 2012 in partnership with Autism Network Scotland to support women with autism, raise awareness and understanding, exchange knowledge and work to improve services. SWAN...