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This is a PR friendly blog and I do enjoy crafting sponsored posts, undertaking reviews and hosting giveaways so don’t hesitate to get in touch with me if you wish to discuss working with me further. You can find more about the ways I’m happy to work with PR companies and brands on my advertising page.

I welcome approaches from special needs organisations, specialists, therapists and family members dealing with a new or existing diagnosis. You can find detailed information on my Albinism, Autism and Resources pages but please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need more specific information.

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5 Responses

    • Kirsty says:

      Thanks so much Alison! As we discussed it’s been hard to nut out some of the detail with this policy so thanks for sending these links though.

  1. Great site. Here is a resource you may want to add to your autism resources page. It is a free planner for parents and caregivers: http://planner.thecplawyer.com/

  2. rolo says:

    hi-I was interested in your petition against The mighty-it led me to your blog page which looks great-however when you then went onto my favourite top 5 bloggers I was more than a tad surprised that not one of these was autistic-there a minions of us who are better informed than most due to the fact we live as autistics-please think about your views on neurodiversity

    • Kirsty says:

      Hi Rolo, thanks for getting in touch. My understanding is that Michelle Sutton and Stuart Duncan both identify as being on the spectrum and I value their views highly which is a big reason why they made my list of my favourite bloggers. I also link to autists and self-advocates on my resources page as I believe neurodiverse people are best placed to talk about neurodiversity and autism. As a parent, I also value the thoughts of other parents like me, as long as they are respectful. We may not be on the spectrum ourselves but we also have a role to play in sharing our experiences with the broader community. My hope is I will be able to step back and allow my kids to take the reins in their advocacy in the future as you are right – no-one is better placed to advocate for the autism community than autistic voices. Thanks for your thoughts on this, I really do appreciate it.

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