Living with Autism

Thursday 7 October 2021 - 18:00 to 19:30
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Julian Leske travels through colleges and universities in German-speaking countries in addition to his job as an administrative assistant to give students an insight into the reality of his autistic life, to engage in conversation with them, and to refute or confirm clichés.

He was only diagnosed with Asperger's autism at the age of 18, after he had been wrongly attributed with various disabilities. He now talks openly about opportunities and challenges during his school and training years, the design of inclusive educational paths, but also about topics such as love and relationships. In the process, it becomes clear that introversion and extraversion cannot always be separated razor-sharp

Target group: public
Contact person: Saskia Pfeiffer
Organiser: Initiative Respekt!
Event language: German
Registration: no registration required

This event will take place online in any case.

This is an event as part of the action week of the initiative "Respect! Time for Diversity, Time for Sustainability".