‘I don’t do the wee dance’
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When parking-related overwhelm means their guest can’t take part, Robyn and Jamie discuss how they manage sudden change. A cafe closure complicates Jamie’s daily life. Robyn rethinks her living situation to get more help. And the conversation turns to how some autistic people struggle with knowing what’s wrong when they’re unwell. With Robyn Steward and support bat Henry, Jamie Knight and Lion. Produced by Emma Tracey Subscribe on BBC Sounds and say "Ask the BBC for 1800 Seconds on Autism" to your smart speaker. Email [email protected]
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