Adventures of Super Autie Gang at the University of Kent Autism Arts Festival.
Annette and Chloe attended and contributed to the University of Kent Autism Arts Festival in April 2019. We will expand on this post when we have the spoons (energy), but for now, a little bit on our involvement.
PLEASE NOTE, CONTAINS NON-SEXUAL NUDITY.
This video is of the work-in-progress, Adventure of Super Autie Gang performed at the University of Kent Autism Arts Festival 2019. Annette Foster is Super Autie girl with her friends, Chloe Farahar, Jessica Chudasama-Alloway, Susie Bass, Sheila Wu, and Rowan Woods.
Here are some of the many pearls of wisdom Chloe and Annette teach autistic people about themselves, as well as those who wish to support autistic people to thrive.
This is the Autism Treatment Wheel Chloe created for the Adventures of Super Autie Gang using the things our gang use to “treat our autism” 😊🐌
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Importantly, something Chloe and Annette advocate and explain is that “autism” is an abstract concept, and so we should be talking about and focusing on autistic people. Only with this nuance can autistic people be recognised for their humanity, contrary to popular belief that we should be described as “person with autism”.