All of the blog posts, neatly arrange by year and category… neat
The last few weeks have been very intense. This post tells the story of my recent trip to A&E.
Often its the little things which make the biggest difference to day to day life. In the last few weeks i have had a series of small achievements, so i wanted to share them here and give some context on why they are more meaningful than they appear.
In the last two years i have had to develop a true "autistic" identity. This post looks at the main lessons i have learnt along the way.
As we get towards the end of 2016 i wanted to document my support network now and also write a bit about the changes which are coming in 2017.
A post looking at the achievements i have made this week and why i think they were possible. Also a look at some of the changes which are coming up.
I’m taking this week off from BBC work in order to free up energy for another transition. This week will hopefully be the first week where i spend more time looked after by paid support than by my friends.
This is a milestone for my transition to independence, or at least, my transition to autonomy.
A really positive week to relax and recharge. Positive noises from social service (after a trip to anxiety hell!) and an interesting experiment.
This week I am running an experiment. Here’s the details with some background on why and what we hope to achieve.
One of the big changes for 2015 was that I started buying in support for myself. We call them babysitters ;) it’s slightly tongue in cheek. Worryingly accurate!
A series of updates on my health, my progress and how my support structure is evolving.