Living Through The Haze – Life On The Autistic Spectrum


Date - 18/05/2022
Time - 7:00pm-9:00pm


Paul Isaacs


Paul was born premature in 1986 and his Mum thought him to be “deaf and blind”. He was only diagnosed with autism as an adult at the age of 24 and received little support prior to this. In his talk, Paul will be talking about his life, development, education, employment and friendships he has built on the way and how his various conditions affected his childhood. He will be describing the events that led to him being diagnosed with autism and personality disorders, and the difference this made to his life. He will also be explaining methods he has developed to mitigate anxiety and sensory issues.

Paul has released 5 books about autism, published by Chipmunka publishing and has contributed to other books too. Having overcome many challenges to achieve the success that he now enjoys, Paul’s message is that Autism is a complex mix of ability and disability. He firmly believes that every Autistic person should have the opportunity to reach their potential and be regarded as a valued member of society.


Please fill out the form at the link below and we’ll email you the login information prior to the event (at least 24hrs in advance):

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Wednesday 18th May 2022, 7-9pm

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How to access the talk

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1) Download the Zoom app to your device/pc. It is available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. If you are unable to install the app, you can access Zoom meetings via their website, however certain features may not be available.
2) Click/tap on the join link that we have emailed you. The Zoom app should open and prompt you to join the meeting if it has started. If this doesn’t work, you can manually enter the meeting ID and password into the app/website.
3) If you haven’t used zoom before, you may be prompted to allow access to your microphone and camera – choose yes. You can mute your mic and hide your feed whilst listening if you prefer.

A more in-depth guide can be found here if you are having trouble.

Living Through The Haze – Life On The Autistic Spectrum

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