Autistic Nick, DDWA and the ‘Community Educators Project’

Autistic Nick, DDWA and the ‘Community Educators Project’   West Perth is an inner suburb of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. Formerly an exclusive suburb for wealthy merchants and politicians, it is now part of the inner mixed zone, and has predominantly office blocks which have displaced residential buildings. Nestled inside the National… Continue reading Autistic Nick, DDWA and the ‘Community Educators Project’

TRAIN TRAVEL WITH AUTISTIC N!CK

TRAIN TRAVEL WITH AUTISTIC N!CK Travel is the movement of people between distant geographical locations. Travel can be done by foot, bicycle, car, train, boat, bus, airplane, ship or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements. When you… Continue reading TRAIN TRAVEL WITH AUTISTIC N!CK

SIX THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT AUTISTIC N!CK

SIX THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW AUTISTIC N!CK The telephone rings, it’s a producer they are interested in making you a reality star. They’ve closely followed your work i.e. interior designer for example and think that you and your partner have all the qualities that are needed to become reality stars or television personalities. You don’t… Continue reading SIX THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT AUTISTIC N!CK

Q&A At Kira – Marleen Roch, Manager- Service Design and Delivery

Q&A At Kira – Marleen Roch, Manager- Service Design and Delivery Marleen Roch has worked at improving the lives of individuals in the Aged and Disability sector since 2003. Over this period, Marleen has worked in numerous operational roles where her responsive nature has helped improve the lives of people with disabilities across Perth. Marleen… Continue reading Q&A At Kira – Marleen Roch, Manager- Service Design and Delivery

Autistic N!ck’s Top Ten Favourite Blog Posts

Celebration Time

Autistic N!ck’s Top Ten Favourite Blog Posts Today marks an auspicious occasion. As I fling open the wooden shutters and allow the sunlight to pour in. I look down across the town square to see excited villagers hurrying around with fixed smiles on their faces. Bunting is being stretched and attached to wooden posts. Tables… Continue reading Autistic N!ck’s Top Ten Favourite Blog Posts