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Catherine Green

Catherine is a highly accomplished Autism Oxford speaker with a talent for moving and powerful presentations. Diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome at the age of 14, she has worked on a variety of different early intervention programmes for children with autism.  She co-founded a support group for young adults with Asperger’s in 2001. The group meets twice a month, and she is an active member.  She has worked with university students on the spectrum with the National Autistic Society, and now provides study skills support for university students with Dyslexia and Asperger’s.

Catherine graduated in Psychology, and studied Computer Usability, Communication Sciences and Dyslexia at Postgraduate Level. Throughout her studies, Catherine was particularly interested to learn about research in Autism and Asperger’s syndrome. Given her educational, personal and professional background in Autism Spectrum Conditions, Catherine is passionate about integrating theory and practice.  She is highly motivated to raise awareness of life on the autism spectrum, especially the apparently more subtle, but often equally profound, effects of Asperger’s syndrome on females.

What our audiences say about Catherine:

  • “Catherine highlighted the importance of making the right information available to people with AS and their families”
  • “Excellent presentation, fantastic delivery, very informative”
  • “Excellent - what a positive message she gave!”
  • “Inspiring and confident speaker”

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