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Subject: Late diagnosis

  • Alexithymia: What becomes of the broken hearted

    Alexithymia: What becomes of the broken hearted

    In this deeply personal guest blog, a loving mother and wife reflects on what it feels like to be Alexithymic or ’emotionally blind’. She writes of the high price to be paid for trauma, as well as the resilience, resourcefulness and strength of spirit it can bring.

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  • Amplified, Episode 1: Melanie Heyworth

    Amplified, Episode 1: Melanie Heyworth

    In this first episode Ginny Grant interviews Dr Melanie Heyworth, Reframing Autism’s founder and CEO, a self and systemic advocate for the Autistic community, a PhD candidate, and proud mother and educator to her three Autistic children.

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  • ‘Blunt and frank’: Embracing my Autistic identity

    ‘Blunt and frank’: Embracing my Autistic identity

    • Blogs
    • December 01, 2020

    One year on from a late Autism diagnosis, Reframing Autism’s Ginny Grant reflects on the experience of processing that diagnosis, disclosing it, and embracing her Autistic identity.

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  • Sandra Jones on identity

    Sandra Jones on identity

    Join Autistic Professor Sandra Jones, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement), Australian Catholic University, as she shares her insights into Autistic identity and living authentically.

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