Wed, 28 Jun|
A Neurodivergent Approach to Autistic Social Communication | Rachel Cullen
Rachel Cullen discusses a new alternative approach to conceptualising autistic social communication through a neurodivergent lens.
Time & Location
28 Jun, 19:00 – 20:00 BST
About the Event
Rachel's talk will be on their autistic language hypothesis which suggests autistic people communicate differently compared to non-autistic people, but effectively with other autistic people. A new alternative approach to conceptualising autistic social communication through a neurodivergent lens as different not disordered.
Rachel is an Autistic researcher and independent consultant. They have been working in the field of autism research and advocacy since 2016. Rachel has a Master's degree in autism studies and recently began a PhD in intellectual and developmental disabilities. They have an academic interest in autistic communication, specifically social communication. Rachel is non-binary (Them/Them) and is a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Fully funded tickets are available to Autistic parents in the UK.
Professional tickets £15 (including an attendance certificate).
You do not have to be a professional to purchase this ticket.
Donations & Payments will be spent on paying speakers for our events which will always be free for Autistic parents in the UK. The recording will be made available to ticket holders after the event.
The recording will be sent out to all attendees after the event.