Presented by Elsbeth Dodman
The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone— particularly members of the neurodiverse community. Elsbeth Dodman pulls from her personal experiences to provide you with vital tools for the holiday season.
In this video you will learn about:
- Elsbeth’s lived & personal experiences, and why the holidays can be overwhelming for many.
- Toolkits and techniques for Autistic individuals to manage stressors that can arise any time, and especially during the holidays.
- Techniques for families, professionals and community members, to support Autistic individuals during stressful times.
About the Presenter
Elsbeth Dodman is an Autistic woman living in London, Ontario with her family and 2 cats. She has an Honors BA in Fine Art History and Anthropology from the University of Toronto and a post graduate certificate in Autism Behavioral Science from Fanshawe College. Elsbeth has worked with AIDE Canada and the Ontario Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, and has been giving public presentations on Autism since she was 18.
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