Kate E. Reynolds Autism Agony Aunt

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15 November 2017 I presented a paper about safety in relationships at the National Autistic Society's conference for women and girls with autism.

Kate Reynolds on how to support an autistic child through the challenges of puberty Interview for Woman's Hour, Radio 4 BBC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06j2fpg

Interviewed on BBC Wiltshire following 'The A Word' broadcast on BBC 1 last night. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03lt09t 15 minutes into radio show

Interview with Sean Moncrieff on Irish radio:
http://www.newstalk.com/podcasts/Moncrieff/Highlights_from_Moncrieff/111663/Sexuality_and_Severe_Autism

October 2015 I presented two papers for the National Autistic Society's conference about Relationships and Autism, one about sexual abuse and one about teaching sex education. Interview for Woman's Hour http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06j2fpg

December 2015 I presented my work about sexuality and more severe forms of autism to the All Party Parliamentary Group in the House of Lords.

Presented a session for Wiltshire Parent Carer Council (WPCC) about sex education and disability, February 2016

Session about sex education with parents of children/young people with Asperger syndrome at Springfield Community Campus, Corsham January 2016
Interviewed on BBC Wiltshire following 'The A Word' broadcast on BBC 1 last night. Many thanks to Jonathan Morrell for giving autism such prominence in his radio show 23 March 2016. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03lt09t 15 minutes into radio show

Interview with Sean Moncrieff on Irish radio:
http://www.newstalk.com/podcasts/Moncrieff/Highlights_from_Moncrieff/111663/Sexuality_and_Severe_Autism

ENDORSEMENT FROM DAISY CHAIN, AUTISM FACILITY:
The staff and parents at our Links parent support group were really looking forward to having Kate Reynolds, Autism Agony Aunt, visit us at our Day centre in Stockton, and we weren’t disappointed!

Kate gave an informative, entertaining, and relevant talk to just under thirty of our parents, making what can appear to be a taboo subject part of an everyday conversation. Parents felt able to relate to her as she has first hand experience of autism and the challenges faced on a daily basis.

Our parents took away some practical tips and a greater understanding of how to deal with sexuality and puberty with their autistic child. Kate brought some fantastic resources with her, which was well received, and the group was reluctant to break when the session came to an end.

We really enjoyed the session and hope Kate will visit Daisy Chain again in the future!

From Laura Leaf, Team Leader.

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