Harry is an Autistic advocate, speaker and author and is heavily involved in projects and research on all topics around Neurodiversity and Autism; specifically, Pathological Demand Avoidance, a behavioural profile of Autism.
Harry’s aim is simply to make the lives of Neurodivergent individuals and their families a little easier and enjoyable, and a little less chaotic and miserable.
People are all too quick to label the Neurodivergent child as broken, when really they have buckled under the weight of a system that does not currently accommodate them, thus their gifts, merits and attributes are often obscured and their flaws are pronounced.
Harry was born in Edgeware and grew up in Barnet (North London). He is currently based in London, UK and is an avid reader & researcher. He launched his YouTube channel in March of 2017 which has since amassed a strong following.
Harry began to write the first draft of his book in 2015. After connecting with many Autistic & PDA families, he pivoted his direction and completed his book in about 6 weeks, a memoir entitled The PDA Paradox: The Highs and Lows of My Life on a Little-Known Part of the Autism Spectrum.