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Creating Safe Spaces for Autistic People

Creating Safe Spaces for Autistic People is our booklet to help services be truly more inclusive of our community members. Now available in paperback to...

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Same Food as Self Care Webinar Supports Autistic Revolution Magazine

Myself, Scott Neilson and Jenny Loughran invited community members to come together in an attendant-led webinar and to raise funds for Autistic Revolution....

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Fundraising for Autistic Revolution

Autistic-led Online Magazine We are so grateful that you have chosen to read and engage with our magazine. We aim to continue providing affirming information...

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The need for co-regulation doesn’t stop at night:

Exploring sleep with Laura Hellfeld & Kate Kleinau Does this sound familiar for your household? Bedtime refusal, frequent night wakings, night terrors,...

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Getting the Language Right About Autism

Helping Nannies to Understand, Is it ‘with autism’ or ‘Autistic’? Hello, I’m Laura I am an independent Nurse and Sleep Consultant at...

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Are You Planning to Be a Childcare Provider to an Autistic Young Person?

Top Questions to Ask Before You Start Recently, I have connected with the London School of Childcare Studies and have delivered a series of webinars about...

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Lower the Demands, Increase the Regulation

How a Low Demand Lifestyle Supports Emotional Regulation I work as an independent Nurse Consultant under the name Laura Hellfeld Neurodivergent Nurse...

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The surprising thing that I don’t need to support Autistic young people

I am an independent Nurse Consultant and my work specializes in supporting neurodivergent (ND) people. Many of the young people I support are Autistic. Would...

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Food Trauma

A Case for Giving Autistics Back Sensory Play I am an independent Nurse and Sleep Consultant at ‘Neurodivergent Nurse Consulting’. My work specialises in...

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Question — Is Anxiety a Part of the Autistic Identity?

What is Anxiety? Anxiety is a feeling of distress that can be mild or severe. This emotional response by someone is to a detected or perceived danger....

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Autistic Burnout — but wait, what about regressions?

Autistic regressions are a myth. The word ‘regression’ gets thrown around Autistic community members when they are not behaving or performing in a socially...

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Getting the Language Right

Is it ‘with autism’ or ‘Autistic’? We know that language matters. Our word choice expresses ideas and meanings on the subjects we are speaking about....

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