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Support of a Neurodivergent person must be in-line with our traits and culture in order to be SAFE, VALID and MEANINGFUL.

Laura Hellfeld

Areas I can help support

Food and eating

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Sleep

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Autistic Play

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PDA Profile of Autistics​

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Low-demand strategies

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Distress Behaviours

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Puberty

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Sensory Experiences

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Family Relationships & Friendships

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Autistic Burnout

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Creating Safe Spaces for Autistics

Upcoming Events

Come together in community and learning

Autistic Revolution Community Event: Ask a Speller! with Danny Whitty

Aug 186:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Autistic Revolution Community Event: Ask a Speller! with Danny Whitty

A free & by donation event to bring us together in community & learning. Guest host is Danny Whitty who uses Spelling to Communicate (S2C).

Sleep in Neurodivergent Young People: via T.I.C. Yorkshire

Aug 2411:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Sleep in Neurodivergent Young People: via T.I.C. Yorkshire

This workshop will begin by outlining our priorities of care so that you can feel more secure going forward with your decision making and support of your young person.

Let's Chat about Puberty: via Little Hiccups

Sep 1110:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Let’s Chat about Puberty: via Little Hiccups

This workshop will look at ways to provide your young person with control and information. Importantly, we will go through lots and lots of sign posting and product recommendations.

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