Coronavirus extra: Now, next and later
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Robyn and Jamie are self-isolating which means that Routines have changed and support has reduced. The pasta meal Jamie has eaten daily for five years can't be found, and Robyn's food habits have been affected too. IN this short episode, the first of several coronavirus extra podcasts during this series, they share their experiences with their usual honesty and warmth. Listen out for two super helpful tips for getting through lockdown. With Robyn Steward and Jamie Knight Produced by Emma Tracey Subscribe to the podcast on BBC Sounds or say "Ask the BBC for 1800 Seconds on Autism" to your smart speaker. email [email protected]
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