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About Rosie Weldon
Rosie Weldon was diagnosed as autistic at twenty-five years old. She is a full-time accountant based in the North West of England. Outside of accounting - and her various academic commitments – Rosie also advocates for autism and other neurodiversities. Rosie has written for the National Autistic Society and Happiful mental health magazine. Rosie strives to help others understand autism by sharing her own life experiences through her blog and various content posts at www.rosieweldon.com
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Order your copy today to step into Rosie’s journey and get a first-hand experience of autism and mental illness as she fights for her dream.
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