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Empowering Ourselves to be Heard

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Janet Gothelf is a specialist councillor working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She will talk about her experiences of running, and research into the benefits of book and creative writing groups for people with Autism. She will be accompanied by a number of individuals who have attended her groups, who will speak about their experiences and perhaps share some of their writing.

Thursday 5th February, 7-9pm I4, I Staircase, Corpus New Court, Corpus Christi College

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Medical Humanities Society series.

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