“If someone is looking to develop a better understanding on what it means to be autistic, what that looks like for their kid, or ways that they could advocate for them. My entire focus rather than looking at it as something that needs to be changed within a person, it’s what can we change for that person to make life easier for them?”, says Dani, the Punk Rock Autistic. Dani joins us to discuss the consulting they provide for autistics and their loved ones. They also discuss the importance of social media to the autistic community. To learn more about The Punk Rock Autistic visit https://thepunkrockautistic.com/ .

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