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Our training receives 5* reviews. All training material has been written by autistic entrepreneur Alis Rowe and is delivered by an experienced Trainer. 

Our training is highly unique. We use animated videos and comic strips to engage our audience.

Some of our training incorporates brief, very structured discussion and activities which you do not have to participate in.

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Was it such a bad thing to be diagnosed as an adult?

I often feel bombarded by people who praise early diagnosis of ASD. There are lots of benefits of receiving a diagnosis as a young child, for example being entitled to receive support at school. However, there are also some benefits of not getting diagnosed until adulthood. I think that I am a better person in many ways because I wasn't diagnosed with ASD until I was in my twenties. The period of time in which a person is diagnosed, for example 2019 versus 1999, would also affect how useful a diagnosis was. For many older adults, having a diagnosis as a child would probably not have helped them much at all, just because of the period of time and the widespread lack of understanding of autism.

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TGWTCH Song Release

Over the last 6 years I’ve had a lot of fun writing to help people understand autism, using all the different media – books, stories, scripts, films, infographics, blog articles, social media posts. I have now rekindled an old interest in writing rap lyrics. I am excited to release my first ever rap song!

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What does having no instincts mean?

One of the most severe difficulties associated with autism is the difficulty imagining what might happen in a situation. You could describe this as social imagination or just simply lacking instinct. Most neurotypical people will go into any situation and be able to cope with it on the spot. The situation can be anything, for example going on the train, going to a cafe, meeting friends, going to the GP or going to a conference. In most instances they don't have to do much 'preparation' beforehand, or least not overly conscious or right-to-the-very-last-detail preparation. Autistic people, on the other hand, have a tendency to either overprepare or underprepare.

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