It Can Take A Long Time To Find The Real You

How well you know yourself impacts every aspect of your life, from work, to your downtime, and of course relationships. Cam and Ali chat to author, critic, advocate, and screenwriting researcher Clem Bastow about how an autism diagnosis at 36 years old changed her life for the better.



LINKS 

Buy Clem's book Late Bloomer: How An Autism Diagnosis Changed My Life.

Follow Clem on Instagram @clembastow.

Find out more about Clem at http://www.clembastow.com/ 

Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo. 

Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo. 

Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial. 



Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au. 



CREDITS 



Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo. 

Guest: Clem Bastow.

Managing Producer: Elle Beattie. 

Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball. 



Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au. 



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