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Originally from France, Stephane Guidon is an Autistic Self-Advocate currently living in the UK. He works for the National Autistic Society as a Senior Branch Engagement officer and Project Lead. The National Autistic Society is the largest autism charity in the UK, dedicated to creating a society that works for autistic people.
In today’s conversation, we discuss:
- Stephane’s journey of self-discovery
- His autistic strengths
- How he relates to his autistic son
- Autism awareness in France
- Stephane’s role at the National Autistic Society
- Key components of a successful peer group
To learn more about Stephane Guidon and his work, please visit our show notes at autism.org.uk.
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