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Megan Potts

Megan Potts is a teacher and autism researcher living in County Durham, United Kingdom, who was diagnosed with autism spectrum condition in 2011, aged 18. She has since been committed to understanding and improving the lives of those with autism and has co-authored a participatory research article on the experiences of university students with autism, in Education Action Research Journal, which can be read online in full. This article was featured in Issue 69 – The Gift of Calm This Season

5 Ways My Family Made the World a Kinder Place for Me with ASD

5 Ways My Family Made the World a Kinder Place for Me with ASD https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/family-made-world-kinder-place

I was diagnosed with autism in my late teens, by which time many people thought the diagnosis came too late to be of any real use in terms of supporting me. What went unnoticed is that my family, whether consciously or not, had been making adaptations throughout my life that enabled me to manage a […]

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