Georgia Davies is in her mid twenties and is currently awaiting her autism assessment after seeking help with her mental health following childbirth and the sensory challenges of parenting a small baby.
She lives in Baglan, Port Talbot in South Wales where she works in a secure children’s home for youth offenders and extremely vulnerable young people and is also studying for a psychology degree.
In our conversation we talk about:
➡ Sensory sensitivity
➡ Friendships at school and in adulthood
➡ The impact of puberty on an undiagnosed autistic girl
➡ Pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood as an autistic woman – and finding strategies to make it easier to cope with parenthood
I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences.
I’m Amy Richards, and after being diagnosed autistic at the age of 37 I’m now on a mission to learn more about different perspectives and issues around being a neurodivergent adult in a world that feels like it doesn’t quite fit.
Follow Georgia on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/autisticmamma/
Read her interview for Raising Girls on the Spectrum: https://www.raisinggirlsontheautismspectrum.ie/Georgia-Davies.php
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