This video about my experience as someone with autism spectrum disorder I talk about how I like to crush boxes and an experience of crushing a cigarette box when out at a nightclub in my late teens which nearly got me punched.
In this video about my experiences growing up and living with autism spectrum disorder I share about the first birthday party my mum arranged for me (and the first party she had arranged for any of her children – it was to celebrate my 5th birthday) and how it went – hint… no-one turned up… … More Living with Autism: Birthday Party for One
In this video about my experiences growing up and living with autism spectrum disorder I talk about how I never used to hug as a baby and how as I grew up I would hug occasionally if I was asked to do so for a photo, but always felt uncomfortable with it, and what my … More Living with Autism: Being a Hug Free Baby
In this video I talk about my experiences as a professional who works therapeutically with families as well as my own personal experiences of fighting low expectations. People with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome are often very capable they just need the right guidance and opportunities to learn skills which don’t come naturally and instinctively. … More Living with Autism: Fighting Low Expectations
In this video about living with autism spectrum disorder I share about how I find simple solutions to problems that are often solutions other people don’t think of because of the different way I think about things.
I don’t know if anyone will be interested in this video, but I really wanted to make it. I have been ‘quirky’, or ‘weird’ all my life. At times I have felt discriminated against, but have felt powerless to do anything about it. Eventually I decided to have an ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) Assessment to … More My Journey to Autism Diagnosis
Introducing my new autism book about my experiences growing up and living with autism spectrum disorder. It also contains extensive tips and strategies for parents/carers, teachers, employers, friends, and those with autism – around areas like work, interview skills, education, socialising, and more… Look Into My Eyes has been written to be as helpful to … More About my autobiography ‘Look Into My Eyes’