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“How I Became an Autism Advocate After My Own Mid-Life Diagnosis”

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As an AuDHD woman (autistic with ADHD) who was diagnosed later in life, I know what it’s like to be discriminated against and exploited, especially in the workplace, for my differences.

It was those demeaning experiences that inspired me to pursue a Ph.D. to better understand invisible disabilities in professional settings, with the goal of helping organizations celebrate neurodivergent individuals of all abilities.Earning my doctoral degree was no easy feat.

From navigating social interactions and managing sensory sensitivities to coping with a learning disability, every step felt like a battle against the odds.

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