Autism in BAME communities – where are we now? – NAS

Venessa Bobb, mum to three children, two of whom are autistic, has spent many years attending autism events, but often as the only black parent there.

In the latest edition of Your Autism magazine, Venessa reflects on the impact of coronavirus and what she feels needs to happen so that autistic people from BAME communities see improved support. Read more about her thoughts on the matter.

Our mental wellbeing has been pushed to breaking point and we all need help, and to be heard.Vanessa Bobb, Chair of our Lambeth Branch

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