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Autism and the experience of female caregivers

This International Women’s Day, we explored the feminist theory called intersectionality, coined by American feminist academic, and civil rights advocate Kimberle Crenshaw and how it can be used as a framework to understand the situation of female caregivers of autistic people. But why did we choose this topic? Autism is a feminist issue. Because of […]

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Report on 2018 Autism Voice Symposium

Abstract Little is known about the way autism is interpreted and accepted among the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) populations in the United Kingdom (UK). This report summarises a symposium on autism in the UK BAME community in 2018 organised by Autism Voice UK, Participatory Autism Research Collective (PARC) and the Critical Autism/Disabilities Studies

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Autism in BAME Symposium 2019 Presentations

Symposium Opening Speech Mariama Korrca Kandeh Symposium speech_Presentation for symposium Autism and Epilepsy: Tools for understanding and voicing your experiences and needs Dr Susy Ridout Symposium Presentation – autism and epilepsy_Presentation for symposium Social Support for Older Adults with Additional Impairments Professor Nicola Martin Professor Eddie Chaplin Joanne Krupa Social Support for Older Adults with

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Autism in BAME 2019 Speakers’ Abstract

Autism research in and outside the laboratory Professor Bhismadev Chakrabarti University of Reading Autism comprises a diverse spectrum of lifelong conditions that pose significant challenges for all those with a diagnosis, as well as those around them. Addressing these challenges requires a multi-pronged approach based both within and outside the research laboratory. In my talk,

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AUTISM IN BAME COMMUNITY SYMPOSIUM 2019 LONDON – SPEAKERS

AUTISM-IN-BAME-COMMUNITY-SYMPOSIUM-2019 LONDON-SPEAKERSAUTISM IN BAME COMMUNITY SYMPOSIUM 2019 TOPIC: “PROVIDING COMPREHENSIVE CARE FOR AUTISTIC PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES” DATE: TUESDAY 23rd APRIL 2019 VENUE: LONDON SOUTHBANK UNIVERSITY, 103 BOROUGH ROAD, LONDON. SE1 0AA. SPEAKERS PROFILE Co-host Dr Nicola Martin studied at Newcastle Poly, Virginia, Manchester Met and Derby and has a PhD focussing on inclusive practice

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Autism in BAME community symposium 2019

Autism Voice UK will hold the 2019 Autism in BAME community symposium on Tuesday April 23rd. The theme for this year’s symposium is ‘Providing a Comprehensive Care for Families and People with Autism’ The symposium offers a timely opportunity for the autism community to brainstorm, identify and develop comprehensive care approaches that are multicultural sensitive

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Autism in Black, Asian And Minority Ethnic (BAME) Community Symposium 2018

AUTISM IN THE BAME COMMUNITY SYMPOSIUM 2018      Description April 2nd is internationally recognised as Autism Awareness Day. It encourages member states of the United Nations to take steps in raising awareness about the life-long neurological disorder. Normally, April 1st kicks off a month of events and activities to raise awareness about Autism in different communities

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