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Spectrum Showcase: Shemya Prender, 15

This past weekend saw our latest I CAN Camp, at Cooriemungle in western Victoria. As usual, we ran a writing workshop there; the following piece comes from an awesome young writer named Shemya, who was kind enough to let us share her work. Enjoy! Max Williams, Editor ‘Peridot green hair

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Autistic Reflections on World Teachers’ Day

The best teachers don’t just see what is in front of them, they see what could be. Twenty years ago, I met a teacher who changed my life: the late Christine Horvath. Mrs Horvath met me when I was a 12-year-old student with a lot of self-doubt. Mrs Horvath just

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Awetism 2019: A one-day museum of magic

Growing up Autistic, whether you’re diagnosed or not, can be a tough gig in a world where difference isn’t always celebrated. I was once that kid, and I know from experience that it’s easy to internalise a lot of the negativity around us. That’s why, at the I CAN Network,

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Autistic Reflections On Father’s Day

Growing up Autistic, whether you’re diagnosed or not, can be a tough gig in a world where difference isn’t always celebrated. I was once that kid, and I know from experience that it’s easy to internalise a lot of the negativity around us. That’s why, at the I CAN Network,

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Grape To Meet You: Ellen Cahill

G’day fellow mammals, and welcome to our recurring feature Grape To Meet You, where we introduce people on the Spectrum and share their insights.  Today’s star is a recent addition to our team, Ellen Cahill, who works in both our online and school mentoring programs. We’re thrilled to have her

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