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65. Neurodiversity Training International, with Jude Morrow

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Autism Knows No Borders
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Discover what’s possible when autism is not viewed as just a broken version of normal. 

Jude Morrow. Based in Ireland, Jude is an autism self-advocate, TEDx speaker, and author. He is also the founder of Neurodiversity Training International, an autism mentoring, training, consultancy, and motivational platform. NTI works with non-profit and Fortune 500 companies using a strengths-based approach to change perceptions and attitudes. Jude’s first book, Why Does Daddy Always Look So Sad?, was published in 2020, and his second book, Loving Your Place on the Spectrum, is scheduled to be released in September of 2021. 

In this conversation, we discuss: 

Autism awareness and acceptance in Ireland

What it was like for Jude to grow up feeling that something was wrong with him

Why society should move away from the medical model and embrace the neurodiversity movement

The problem with labels of disorders and disabilities

Consultation services offered at NTI

Advice for anyone interested in being an ally of the neurodiversity movement 


To learn more about Jude Morrow and his work, please visit https://neurodiversity-training.net/. 

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What are your thoughts on the neurodiversity movement? Do you view autism as a difference, as a disability, or as some gray area in between? We’d love to hear your perspective on these topics over in our Global Autism Community. 

Just a reminder, the Global Autism Community is open to anyone related to autism. Whether you’re a self-advocate wanting to share your story and educate others, a professional seeking to hear directly from autistic voices and improve your practice, or a family member hoping to support and empower your loved one, you can join our Global Autism Community to connect and collaborate with people all over the world. 

Sign up today at community.globalautismproject.org. Let’s work together to transform how the world relates to autism. 

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