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Autism and Neurodiversity: Different, Not Less

In Conversation w/TikTok's "Princess Aspien," Chloe Hayden

2021-04-12 18:00:00 2021-04-12 19:00:00 America/New_York Autism and Neurodiversity: Different, Not Less Join Chloe Hayden--known online as neurodiversity advocate "Princess Aspien"--for a conversation about autism, inclusion, mental health, and being ‘Different, Not Less’. Zoom -

Monday, April 12
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Add to Calendar 2021-04-12 18:00:00 2021-04-12 19:00:00 America/New_York Autism and Neurodiversity: Different, Not Less Join Chloe Hayden--known online as neurodiversity advocate "Princess Aspien"--for a conversation about autism, inclusion, mental health, and being ‘Different, Not Less’. Zoom -

Join Chloe Hayden--known online as neurodiversity advocate "Princess Aspien"--for a conversation about autism, inclusion, mental health, and being ‘Different, Not Less’.

Chloe is a young woman based in Victoria, Australia with Autism & ADHD who works as a passionate advocate for young people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She is an actor, YouTube artist, horse rider, singer & is an award winning international public speaker for both online and live platforms.

She is an Ambassador for the Geelong based autism family support group - “The Treehouse” as well as “Yellow Ladybugs”, who work to support young girls with autism across Victoria. She is a spokeswoman for Amaze and recently played a role in their advert series as one of the actors to help with Autism Awareness.

Last year Chloe appeared in a film about young people with disabilities named ‘Jeremy the Dud’, which has been viewed by one in four Australians. She has received and been a finalist for a number of awards including:

  • WEGO Health Awards - best in show - on TikTok
  • Geelong Youth Awards - for disability inclusion
  • Geelong Awards for people with a disability - Young Achiever award
  • The Aspect Recognition Awards - Inspiration Award
  • Womens Award Best Supporting Actress

It is Chloe’s passion to spread her message - “Different Not Less” nationally & internationally and raise awareness and help educate the world on Autism. She uses many different platforms to help raise this awareness including the following:

It is Chloe’s passion to inspire & encourage acceptance & inclusion for others in all walks of life, with a main focus on educations people around autism. She believes different should be seen as beautiful, wonderful & powerful.

Join us on Zoom using this link: https://zoom.us/j/98459728445

This event will also stream live on our Facebook page.

For more information, contact Rory Martorana at rmartorana@nhfpl.org or 203-946-2283.

Venue details


Join us on Zoom using this link: https://zoom.us/j/98459728445

This event will also stream live on our Facebook page.

For more information, contact Rory Martorana at rmartorana@nhfpl.org or 203-946-2283.