Beth Radulski of Advocate Neurodiversity regularly engages with media and produces public outreach materials on Neurodiversity. You can find some of her most recent publications and appearances linked below.
This article in The Conversation explains Beth's latest research on masking and camouflaging in the context of Neurodiversity.
This Raising Children Network article offers an introduction to neurodiversity, alongside practical support tips, for parents and families.
An article outlining how Beth's work on the Neurodiversity Project at La Trobe University aims to increase accessibility for Neurominority groups
This Harvard Business Review article by JD Goulet features perspectives from Beth Radulski. It explores how to foster Neurodiversity affirming communication in the workplace.
Beth interviews La Trobe University's first openly Autistic lecturer, to discuss how being Autistic relates to the student and academic experience, and strengthens academic skillsets.
What does it feel like to have a non-speaking episode? In this article Beth discusses moving beyond the 'high/low functioning' and 'speaking/non-speaking' Autism stereotypes.
Using Work From Home as a teaching tool, Beth explains to Neurotypicals what it feels like to be Autistic, and how schools and workplaces can better support Neurodiverse cohorts.
In this short video clip, Beth explains Neurodiversity for a beginner audience. This clip is suitable for viewing by both children and adults.
Beth explains some of the misconceptions about autism, and shares how coming out has contributed to greater accessibility in the workplace.
Beth speaks from 28:20 to 50:00.
Beth writes about her experiences of concealing her Autism status and masking her Autistic traits during childhood and young adulthood. Here, she discusses coming out as Autistic at university.
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