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published Videos and Media:

Welcome to 'AspergerWorld Advocacy' media, where you can find educational and insightful videos about some of the hidden hardships and quirks of being Autistic. These advocacy videos were from before my recent rebrand - and there's more to be found on YouTube; likewise, stay updated with upcoming new 'My Autistic Wings' Advocacy media, on YouTube.

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My Activism

In this Video, I discuss my passion for my Autism Activism and my volunteering. 

COMING SOON - AspergerWorld Media, TV and Radio advocacy

In this Video, I discuss my passion for my Autism Activism and my volunteering. 

In this video I discuss share my diagnosis story, and how finding out I was autistic changed my life and helped me to accept and love my autism.

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My Diagnosis Story

In this video I discuss share my diagnosis story, and how finding out I was autistic changed my life and helped me to accept and love my autism.

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Why I Identify as 'Disabled'

In this video I share my thoughts on why I call myself, (as an autistic women), disabled; and why this disabled
identity empowers my best self.

In this video I discuss the language debate between person first language and identity first language. I share my beliefs, but ultimately, this video explores how there is no right or wrong answer and that it’s okay to disagree.

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Language Debate:
There's no shame

In this video I discuss the language debate between person first language and identity first language. I share my beliefs, but ultimately, this video explores how there is no right or wrong answer and that it’s okay to disagree.

In this video I discuss the realities of masking for me- and how my experience of masking might be different to what people might expect, and then I share my story of‘taking off my mask’.

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My masking story.

In this video I discuss the realities of masking for me- and how my experience of masking might be different to what people might expect, and then I share my story of
‘taking off my mask’.

In this video I share why I feel Autism pride; overcoming mental health issues with my autism activism, and understanding my hidden hardships, quirks and gifts. 

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Autism Pride

In this video I share why I feel Autism pride; overcoming mental health issues with my autism activism, and understanding my hidden hardships, quirks and gifts. 

In this video, I discuss the heart breaking realities of gaslighting, diverse sensory perceptions and masking; exploring how some gaslighting isn’t even intentional harm-particularly in school.

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Gaslighting and Masking

In this video, I discuss the heart breaking realities of gaslighting, diverse sensory perceptions and masking; exploring how some gaslighting isn’t even intentional harm-particularly in school.

In this video, I explore how processing information, sensory overloads and shutdowns impact me as a autistic women.

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Processing Information

In this video, I explore how processing information, sensory overloads and shutdowns impact me as a autistic women.

In this video I explore what empathy means to me, and how I might showcase empathy differently due to my autism.

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Empathy Overloads

In this video I explore what empathy means to me, and how I might showcase empathy differently due to my autism.

In this video I explore what empathy means to me, and how I might showcase empathy differently due to my autism.

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Coping with Change

In this video I explore what empathy means to me, and how I might showcase empathy differently due to my autism.

In this series of videos Joely shares her story, of how she was often judged at school - and how often - it wasn't her fault. Does your child get judged as NAUGHTY at school? Did you get told you weren't trying hard enough to do better? Do teachers think tour children are ‘Skiving ’? Do you get labelled as BAD and ATTENTION SEEKING?So did Joely, and this is her myth buster.

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In this series of videos Joely shares her story, of how she was often judged at school - and how often - it wasn't her fault. Does your child get judged as NAUGHTY at school? Did you get told you weren't trying hard enough to do better? Do teachers think tour children are ‘Skiving ’? Do you get labelled as BAD and ATTENTION SEEKING?
So did Joely, and this is her myth buster.

My Autism and School
Misconceptions Buster

In this series of videos Joely discusses all about maskingAlexithymia and how specialist interests can impact ability to cope with turmoil and act as a safety net; and how this behaviour can be judged as wrong;making autistic people feel the need to mask their interests andnatural defence mechanisms.

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In this series of videos Joely discusses all about maskingAlexithymia and how specialist interests can impact ability to cope with turmoil and act as a safety net; and how this behaviour can be judged as wrong;
making autistic people feel the need to mask their interests and
natural defence mechanisms.

My Autism, Gaslighting
and Alexithymia 

Please read my disclaimer before contacting me to query about my services or learn from my advocacy... © Joely Williams 2020 Disclaimer I refer to myself as a professional; however, this is due to my experiences as an Autistic individual and my experiences as an Autism Activist, advocate and child-carer / youth worker (20 and 10 years respectively); not due to my qualifications. I hope to educate and inspire others with my inside knowledge. I cannot guarantee any personal success, inner autism acceptance or results relating to progress as a result of my insights, opinions, advocacy, books, workshops, speeches or 121 sessions, and I will not be held responsible for any lack of success or progress. My services, whether they be speaking, workshops, 121 or advocacy, should not be a replacement for professional diagnosis, medication, or therapy. Safety measures and action plans have been tailored to the event or necessity, however, anyone participating in my workshops or training sessions are doing so at their own risk, I do not and cannot take any responsibility for any damage to person or products / equipment. Professionals, such as teachers, doctors and therapist should be consulted before any life style changes are made. Everything within these training sessions, are designed and written from my experiences and my own personal opinions, and what works for me, may not work for everyone else, and I cannot take responsibility for this.

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