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Chloé Hayden

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Chloé Hayden is an award-winning speaker, actor, author of a bestselling book (Different Not Less: A Neurodivergent’s Guide to Embracing Your True Self and Finding Your Happily Ever After), content creator with over a billion views and a powerful disability rights activist and advocate. 

Diagnosed as autistic and ADHD at the age of thirteen and feeling ostracised from society, Chloe started an anonymous blog to share her feelings and to find a community and ended up building something bigger than she ever dreamed. Now, Chloe is a powerhouse in advocacy and a worldwide known name, with platforms of over half a million followers and over a billion views, with people around the world tuning into both her online content and her global tours to learn more about disabilities and to find a comfort and connection in what she creates. From working with high profile organisations and individuals around the world, to working with The Australian Paramedics, Australian Education System, Screen Australia and the Australian Government, to teachers, parents, therapists, teenagers, kids, and other disabled folk. 

Chloé stars as Quinni in Netflix’s Heartbreak High, creating history by being Australia’s first ever mainstream autistic actress, and one of the first autistic characters actually played by an autistic person, she also features in Taryn Brumfitts documentary ‘Embrace: Kids’.

Chloé is the owner and creator of her disability clothing and support line, manufacturing sensory-friendly clothing and creating communication cards that are being used by psychologists, educators, and individuals globally. She is an ambassador for disability and mental health organisations across the globe.

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