AUTISTIC NICK’S GUIDE TO SOCIAL ISOLATION AND HOW TO SOCIALLY INTERACT

AUTISTIC NICK'S GUIDE TO SOCIAL ISOLATION AND HOW TO SOCIALLY INTERACT Most Autistic people want more friends and connections, but many find forming and maintaining social relationships difficult and confusing. The difficulties autistic people can face filtering out the sounds, smells, sights and information can leave them feeling overwhelmed and anxious in busy public spaces.… Continue reading AUTISTIC NICK’S GUIDE TO SOCIAL ISOLATION AND HOW TO SOCIALLY INTERACT

AUTISTIC NICK’S QUICK GUIDE TO USING YOUR NDIS MYPLACE PORTAL

AUTISTIC NICK’S QUICK GUIDE TO USING YOUR NDIS MYPLACE PORTAL What is myplace? The NDIS participant portal is called myplace. It is a secure website portal on the Australian Government’s myGov website where you or a person you trust (a nominee or child representative) can access your NDIS information. What the Myplace portal looks like… Continue reading AUTISTIC NICK’S QUICK GUIDE TO USING YOUR NDIS MYPLACE PORTAL

Autism and Disability Representation On Screen – We Can Do Better

Autism and Disability Representation On Screen- We Can Do Better Last week I wrote an article which got published on the ABC’s Perth news website, the article was about the lack disability representation on screen in regard to Autism representation and how we as Autistics are portrayed on screen. Here is the un-edited version of… Continue reading Autism and Disability Representation On Screen – We Can Do Better

Autism and Disability on TV – Beyond the Stereotype

Autism and Disability On TV - Beyond The Stereotype OPINION PIECE  Australian society seems to be afraid of telling stories about people with disabilities that show the truth of what it really is: difficult, challenging, exhausting and sometimes painful. Authentic representation matters and when creators, writers and the TV networks get these stories wrong, it… Continue reading Autism and Disability on TV – Beyond the Stereotype