The insurmountable pain (loss), hard work and time it has taken to live an autistically harmonious life has been very tiring and wearing.

Yet I'm so deeply grateful my child changed the ways I was living and loving by showing me how to respect and nurture our own diverse neurology.

We now meet each day joyfully in a home free of unnecessary drama or chaos I once thought was the only way to live.

We arrived here through embracing the way we, do differently to others and its works ... for us!!

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​We acknowledge our indigenous and LBGTQ2IA+ Neurodivergent Autistic humans.


We use identity-first language, "I am autistic", as opposed to "I'm a person with autism", reflecting Autism at the core of our identity, that Autism is a Spectrum, a part of neurodivergence and not a disorder. We radically embrace and celebrate neurodivergence.


Authoritarian and conforming learning and approaches such as ABA or Applied Behaviour Analysis, treatment or cures, ableism or functioning labels are harmful to our neurodivergent neurobiologies.




ROARHEART™ makes no recommendations nor has any opinions about or is responsible for the content or deficit language of neurodivergence on sites and links that are external to ROARHEART™. The language that describes neurodivergent neurologies and life experiences as disordered, defective or that to be "fixed, changed and cured" is offensive and harmful to FAN and their child.

It is strongly recommended that medical, psychiatric and other therapeutic advice or treatment can only be given by suitably trained and accredited professionals. ROARHEART™ is not a substitute either inferred or directly to replace any form of treatment participants are currently engaged in. We further suggest that prior to making any changes to current treatment participants discuss this with the practitioner that prescribed the treatment or at least get a second opinion from a suitably qualified and accredited clinician. We cannot do this we are not qualified.

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