Say Hello: How parents can help children understand difference

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Carly Findlay is a writer, podcaster and activist.

She’s written a memoir before hitting forty, but she’s got a lot to say.

It’s a book for those who are disabled, and those who are not. It’s an attempt to get people to understand words like “microaggression” and what it means to be subjected to it, day in and day out. But it’s also a manifesto on difference and self-love.

Carly talks about growing up with ichthyosis and explains how parents can help their children understand facial differences.

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Say Hello is available now, and you can find Carly on Instagram @carlyfindlay and you can support her work through her websiteGrowing up disabled in Australia is due out in April 2020 through Black Inc Books.

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