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lABLEd Podcast - Autism Awareness Week episodes

4wheeledwonder Community member Posts: 3 Listener
Hello, I wanted to let you know about my podcast; I cohost a show called lABLEd that's  All about Disability, Illness and Difference as the topic: I think some of you might like it.

We talk to Disabled and Chronically ill people about their lives and conditions and how they are defying societies labels.
If you'd like to find it more, you can visit

We are also holding a special mini-series to coincide with Autism Awareness Week and talk to different people about their autism experience. Our current episode is with musician Louise Steel who talks, for the first time, about her adult autism diagnosis and how her music helps her!  

All our episodes are fully transcribed as standard practice.


  • L_Volunteer
    L_Volunteer Community Volunteer Adviser, Scope Member Posts: 7,979 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @4wheeledwonder

    Thanks for sharing your podcast with us. It sounds like you cover some important and insightful topics. Have any of our community members listened to the lABLEd podcast yet? If so, how have you found it? I would be really interested in hearing your thoughts  :) Keep going with your amazing work
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