In this episode we are joined by Marsha Martin - a Behavioural Therapist and the Founder and CEO of Black SEN Mamas - a UK based national support group and informational hub, which aids Black mothers of special educational needs and disabled (SEND) children, in sourcing adequate mental health support for themselves and resources and provision, for their children, with currently over 1,000 mums strong and growing fast.
Marsha talks about how initially autism was a thing of shame for her, to now being a tool of empowerment, and how there is power in knowledge and making your own space!
*The episode was recorded in Marsha's car (the only place she could find some space for the interview) and the sound quality is patchy in parts due to the Wi-Fi connection during the interview. We hope it doesn't impact your podcast experience.
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