Helen is the originator and founder of Me.Decoded. A passionate advocate for Neurodiversity, - diagnosed as autistic in her 40's after a lifetime of feeling like she was on the outside looking in.
Rosemarie Simmons was diagnosed as autistic in 2018 at the age of 44. Neurodivergent & proud, she uses her experiences to raise awareness of autism & living in a world that is set up for neurotypicals
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Andy is a successful entrepreneur, and runs a coaching company helping high-growth companies to scale. Diagnosed w ASD in his 40’s, he is interested in connecting with other autistic entrepreneurs.
Kundan shares his tips and experience living with ADHD through his blog and channel, ABCsofADHD
International Ambassador for Dyslexia international freelance volunteer writer
Lauren (20) was diagnosed with autism aged 12. She is studying a degree in Special Education and aims to set up a business, deliver training to professionals and support young people on the spectrum.
Jae, late-diagnosed ASD1 at 55, teaches yoga and writes to explore and communicate the inside experience of autism that others see on the outside.
Wenna is an employment specialist with an interest in providing support for neurodiverse employees in the workplace. Diagnosed as Autistic at 30, she is an aspiring author, passionate about advocating
I help my clients rebuild their confidence, develop resilience and establish a sense of identity and support them to focus on clear, achievable plans to maximise their potential.
David is a serial entrepreneur, part-time academic and writer. He thinks and writes differently about things. Assessed in February ’19, he now intends to use his autistic voice across all three areas.
Dr Anna Stenning is writer based in Herefordshire. She was diagnosed with autism in 2014, and researches the connections between people, culture and the environment.
A neurodiversity ally, keynote speaker, Diversity & Inclusion advisor. Consultancy for charities, cultural organisations & businesses. Lifetime achievement awardee (National Diversity Awards 2017).
Rosie is an accountant based in Cheshire who was diagnosed as autistic at 25. She is an advocate for an inclusive society, including a neurodiverse workforce.
I am a flautist, cellist, linguist, dog lover and student diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. I love green tea and chocolate and live in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.
Siena, 16, is autistic, dyslexic, dyspraxic & has ADHD. A neurodiversity & anti-bully campaigner, she launched Neurodiversity Celebration Week and is writing a survival guide for teen autistic girls.
I’m Oliver and I have Asperger’s Syndrome. I endeavour to talk openly about being Autistic as I feel that there is a lack of opportunities and jobs for those on the spectrum.
Autistic adult who was diagnosed as a toddler. I have a master’s degree in social work & I’m always on the move. Currently working on making a project to get other autistic adults being heard.
Abi is a researcher, data geek, designer & writer. Diagnosed with ADHD & Autism at 32, explaining a lifetime of odd-one-out-ness. She is passionate about busting myths about neurodiversity.
Damian is the founder of Parity, a Leeds firm of strategy, policy and governance consultants and a platform incubating neurodivergent talent.
Charlie is a HR systems analyst at the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Since her late diagnosis of autism in Sept '18, Charlie's joined SRA’s AccessAbility network as a neurodiversity advocate.
Jackie(advocate, public speaker, entrepreneur) founded Autism’s Love: The Pilgrimage, loves being a mom & bringing creativity into life, especially mental wellness. #ActuallyAutistic #SurvivorofLife