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‎My Journey Crohn’s Disease and Autism

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My podcast is about my experience with Crohn’s disease and getting my voice heard also about me in general and about my Autism. I speak to a different person each week to hear about there own experiences. Continue Reading >>
My podcast is about my experience with Crohn’s disease and getting my voice heard also about me in general and about my Autism. I speak to a different person each week to hear about there own experiences. << Show Less
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Whoviananity and Autastic - With Owen Today we are joined with Owen who is on the Autism spectrum and quoted "I've loved Doctor Who ever since i started watching television!" A good episode with new words made. We talk how Autism is linked with Doctor Who, we also touch on Mental Health too! A great conversation!
Thank you again Owen!
Owen quote is many but a new one - It's okay to be childish sometimes! and Don't be cruel or cowardly, always be kind!
Loved this episode!
See you in the next episode!
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Whoviananity and Autastic - With Owen Today we are joined with Owen who is on the Autism spectrum and quoted "I've loved Doctor Who ever since i started watching television!" A good episode with new words made. We talk how Autism is linked with Doctor Who, we also touch on Mental Health too! A great conversation!
Thank you again Owen!
Owen quote is many but a new one - It's okay to be childish sometimes! and Don't be cruel or cowardly, always be kind!
Loved this episode!
See you in the next episode!
The life within all books and some tea In today's episode we are joined with Tea, we speak about how Autism is really accepting, and how being diverse is really important. We talk about how Doctor Who changes so many lives it's not just a show on television it impacts lives. We talk about how much hobbies have an impact on everyone, this is why i decided to do this series Doctor Who is a main interest of mine and I'm not the only one. We talk about how doctor Who raises acceptance about different things, such as being an autistic person hobbies plays a massive part, as i have said before on this series having people who haven't got autism too is okay we raise that awareness when we speak to people who are not autistic so gives people that understanding. So this series is really a mix with People who have Autism and people who don't. 
Tea talks about why Doctor Who is her comfort show she is excited what the future has in store, her favourite Doctor is the 11th Doctor Tea loves Matt's speeches, she talks about what the show means to the community. Tea shares a quote from the show which relates to her. 
Thank you tea! we hope you enjoy this episode!
Why Autism and Doctor Who is relevant - With Chandler In today's episode of the Doctor Who and Autism series. Me and my friend Chandler talk about why Doctor Who and autism and why it is relevant, as we autism focuses on Autism, and part of this series it's about one particular hobby a passion of mine and others too. Not only this series has people from the Autistic community but people who are not so i can educate them about autism which raises that acceptance and understanding. We have had some guests talk about Crohn's which I think it amazing.
Chandler talks about his passion for doctor who and torchwood, we talk about announcement of the 14th Doctor and the future of the show and bringing back scary monsters back!
The show means so much to the people in the Autistic Community and me and Chandler talk about this and our opinions on Autistic Characters on television!
Thank you we hope you enjoy this episode!
Special interests: Autism, Who and Supernatural - With Alice Today we welcome Alice back to the show!
This is the 3rd time she has been on the show, her last appearance was on Halloween! last year We speak about Autism and Doctor Who how it links in. Great conversation with a awesome friend. Taking gossip, supernatural and much more! We hope you enjoy the episode!
Thank you again Alice!
Transgender and dyspraxia representation in Doctor Who: Doctor Who and Autism The Series - With Robin Today I am joined with Robin we have a good conversation about Doctor Who and Autism. Robin is Autistic diagnosed a few years ago.
We talk about Autism in the show Doctor Who, Robin's favourite Doctor is the forth Doctor! we have a good conversation about the representation of Transgender actors, such as Yazmin Finney from Heartstopper going into Doctor Who, we also talk about Dyspraxia in Doctor Who too!
So many good topics discussed today!
A quote Robin relates too is...
"I am not a Doctor, I am The Doctor, The original you might say..."
Thank you again Robin!
Worlds of Wonder - With Adam Today in the Doctor and Autism series I am joined with Adam, in today's episode we talk about Doctor Who, Autism and Crohn's disease, Adam's partner has Crohn's disease and we talk fatigue. We talk about how nice the Worlds of wonder exhibition is especially for those with IBD and Autism, very spaced out not over crowded. We talk why we love the show and favourite moments so much we talked about!
Great Quote Adam relates to is "We all change"
Thank you again Adam was a lovely time!
See you all in the next episode!
Food textures Autism and Who - With Ryan Today we welcome back Ryan to the podcast, in this latest episode of the Doctor Who and Autism series. Last time we spoke about about ADHD and Autism, today we speak about the texture with foods as that happens with people who have Autism, ADHD and are on the spectrum. We talk about how this happens in the universe of Doctor Who, we say we like to be like the Doctor!
Lots of talk about future, theories and Doctor who and Autism talk in the series!
Great Quote from Ryan - Hold tight pretend it's a plan.
Thank you again Ryan!
Doctor Who club: Autism encourages my love for the Franchise - With Harrison Today I am joined with Harrison with has Autism he diagnosed when he was about 2 years old and he talks about how his Autism helped and encourage his love for Doctor Who. We talk emotion within the show and getting attached to a character and how it can affect you when they eventually have to go. We also talk about the emotion when a Doctor leaves their role, Matt Smith is Harrisons favourite Doctor, because he relates to him. Harrison's favourite line in the show is David Tennant line Allonsy!
Thank you again Harrison!
Heartstopper: The history of Madame De Pompadour and Autism, Who - With Tom Today I am joined with Tom where we talk about vary of topics such as Autism, Doctor Who, History, Anxiety and the impact of bullying! Tom does lots of work with acting Doctor Who characters and he enjoys it very much!
We open up about the impact of bullying especially at school and how things can escalate very fast! we both share our stories and experiences!
Tom shares his creations of characters within the whoniverse! and how much he adores history and Doctor Who in the past. We talk heartstopper and Autism Heartstopper is a show on Netflix representing the LGPTQ community when the announcement that a character called Rose would be returning and be involved in Doctor Who 60th anniversary and announced the new heartstopper is thought they were talking about the character Rose, but i was mistaken it was the show heartstopper! where Autism comes into play here.
We also take about anxiety and all links in!
A quote Tom relates to is from the episode: The Lazarus Experiment - " Some people live more in 20 years than people do in 80, it's not the time that matters it's the person"
Our favourite episode in Doctor Who is called "The girl in the fireplace" because we love it! first person of the series to have the same favourite episode as me! let's go! Season 2 episode 4!
Superb talk and relatable talk with Tom thank you once again Tom!
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