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Join us as we delve into the world of professional refereeing with guest Nathan Sherratt. He shares his experiences and challenges as a referee, including dealing with pressure from parents and criticism from players and spectators. But just when Nathan thought he had found his stride, a shocking incident leaves him questioning everything. Will he find the support and resilience to overcome this setback? Tune in to find out.
Autistic individuals, when allowed to work in a way that suits them, can be one of the most valuable assets to an organization. – Nathan Sherratt
In this episode of Inside the Asperger Studios, host Reid Miles and co-host Michelle Michelle Markman interview Nathan Sherratt, a business owner and football referee from England who is on the autism spectrum. Nathan shares his journey to understanding and accepting his autism diagnosis and how it has impacted his life. From his experiences as a referee to his work in the mental health field, Nathan provides valuable insights and perspectives on supporting mental health in referees. His story is relatable and inspiring, showcasing the importance of self-acceptance, managing sensory sensitivities, and the need for support and accommodations. Whether you’re a referee seeking resilience in the mental health field or simply interested in learning more about autism and its impact on individuals, this episode offers valuable perspectives and practical advice. Tune in to Inside the Aspergers Studio and gain a better understanding of mental health in referees and the importance of support in their well-being and performance.