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We thrive from being authentic, knowing

and respecting our diverse neurologies. 

[ When we know what they are! ]

We are committed to 

– being in our natural flow – 

challenging and choosing differently;

how we were raised,

how others 

[ including autistics ] might live,

non-embracing neurodivergent 

professionals or service practices

or mainstream society might offer us

as a way to live and be

We repel from unsolicited advice

& suggestions

like my child is with most foods

[ intense olfactory system ]

We do, however,

invite genuine inquiry to seek

understanding, respectful listening 

embracing who we are

not confusing our neurology

with psychology

otherwise, stay calm

and move away

so we can carry on!

And on and on and on

with our hyperfocus' and

seek solitude to regulate





We love, trust, revel and lead with our

beautiful autistic minds, identities and cultures.  


We strengthen another’s inner–connection,

our good sense of self,

autonomy, self-actualisation and self-determination

through embracing one’s neurology.  


We are learning how to KNOW, DIRECT and MASTER

our individualised autistic areas of expertise,

our way of being, living and learning.  


We place well being, safety and self–care first;

listening and trusting ourselves

to create a healthy relationship with ourselves, 

relationships with others,

social groups, environments and way of life.  



We respect and revel in our autism,

PDA / neurodivergence

Our "brilliant intuitive guide" is designed

to protect who we are & thrive

Trusting our intuition leads to 

greater fulfilment and happiness

Accept our limitations, know our diverse needs

and love what we love

Turn our attention toward knowing and

mastering our dynamic areas of interest

Refrain from others expectations that

might exceed and cripple our capabilities

Let go of accommodating others demands

and practice self-care

Embrace radical self-acceptance and 

neurological makeup

We are individuals – living differently

and we're proud of it

Know our gifts, love our strengths

and nurture them wholeheartedly