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My Life Autistic began as a community project to unite the community and caregivers. The project is currently headed up by founder Ross A Fraser and Au-thentic Blogger Jeni Curtis. We aim to create understanding, acceptance, and positives for the community and caregivers across the world, building a brighter future for our extended autistic family.
Ross Fraser creator of mylifeautistic was self-taught in the last 11 years, no real formal qualifications, he has worked alongside mycologists as well as interacting with neurologists to confirm his autism theory. Autistic, dyslexic, dyspraxic, sensory processing disorder, dyscalculia, ADHD, and c-PTSD. An author and human rights activist for the autistic and neurodivergent community. His rewrites of popular songs for the autistic community have been shared (to page mentions) by several artists including Adele, Beyonce, John Legend, Ocean Colour Scene, Radiohead, and Sister Sledge.
Jeni Curtis is an Au-thentic blogger and her heart as warm as the sun. She has just begun her journey, the first few steps towards an unwritten future. Her words will guide others through the highs and lows of a late diagnosed adult.
"Do you want to try?
That has been a great source of inspiration to me recently and it was given to me by my four year old little girl." - Jeni Curtis ThisIsMe
“We’re not broken, we’re not strange, we’re not weird - we just see the world in a very different way," said Ross Fraser.
For most of his life, Ross felt misunderstood, worthless and cast aside by society.
The devastating reality was that Ross is just a person like you and me, his brain just works a bit differently from other people.
After a lifetime of struggling to make sense of the world around him, Ross was eventually diagnosed with autism at the age of 41.
Choking back tears, Ross eloquently explains how he is using the pain and turmoil he experienced as the motivation to ensure no-one else goes through what he did.
By bravely opening up about his experiences Ross hopes that it will lead to earlier diagnosis and better support for both children and adults with the condition.
Written by Rosemary Lowne as an introduction for a feature article printed on the 16th of November in "Your Life", The Press & Journal magazine.