Alice brings 12 years of lived experience of neurodiversity, accessing and navigating various
diagnostic processes, the NDIS, allied health and other therapies, support services, inclusion, early
childhood intervention, and navigating the Tasmanian education and health systems.
Alice is a member of the Tasmanian Rare and Undiagnosed Diseases Network (TRUDN) and has participated in various research conducted by UTas, and the University of Melbourne and Sydney. Currently, Alice is in the process of completing her Bachelor of Health Science with a view to move onto a Masters of Speech and Language Therapy.
Alongside this knowledge and experience, Alice has particular interest in social justice, self-advocacy, and utilising strengths-based approaches. Alice was drawn to Autism Tasmania to help the autism community be better understood, heard and celebrated.