We got 200 people wearing T-Shirts the colours of the different London Underground lines and arranged them to form the shape of the Tube Map! Thanks to every...
GeorgiaThe other week, I pretended to be Leicester Square for a couple of hours.
200 of us (including @TheOrangeOne) formed a human Tube map on the outskirts of London for this video by @geofftech - more than a little out of my comfort zone, but very very fun!
GeorgiaNew @AutisticaUK-funded research by @SarahGriff90 et al on autistic people's adverse life experiences.
Autistic people (esp. women) have been talking about surviving domestic and/or sexual abuse for ages now - great to see research begin to address this.
*WARNING: THIS FILM HAS FLASHING LIGHTS & GETS NOISY* If we understand more about how autistic people experience the world, we can build a better world for a...
GeorgiaThis #WorldAutismAwarenessDay watch/share @AutisticaUK's animation, created with autistic people + families. (It highlights sensory overload, so flashing warning!)
It's time to move beyond awareness, towards acceptance + understanding. #UnderstandMore
GeorgiaThanks @WomenBeyondBox for chatting to me about being an autistic woman working in autism!
It's so cool to have projects like this highlighting the broad range of neurodivergent experiences - our labels might be different but we have a lot in common!!
We've developed a set of recommendations for policy makers who are reviewing the Autism Strategy.
GeorgiaParliament will soon (hopefully... eventually...) hold a debate ahead of World Autism Awareness Week - once it gets going I'll attempt to livetweet!
In the meantime, you can read @AutisticaUK's recommendations for change on autism and mental health below
Get on the electoral register so you can vote in elections and referendums.
GeorgiaPssst! Are you registered to vote? Are you *sure*?
At your current address?
Should you happen to need to vote on something in the next few months, would you need a postal vote?
You might want to get on that now - it only takes 5 minutes.
Recently, my Twitter feed has been full of a whole series of articles and so on telling the world that conditions such as autism and ADHD are a.) Overdiagnosed Actually and b.) used by parents as a…
GeorgiaNew blog post, an #ActuallyAutistic take on the recent spate of "autism is just an excuse for the parents" articles (because apparently THAT'S still a thing).
It was mostly written in bits on my commute, with varying degrees of success :P