Blogs and videos by children & young people


A platform to showcase the voices and talents of young PDAers who write; blog; create videos, art, music and other content. All links are independent and external to the PDA Society.

Me Just Me Facebook page follows a young teen who shares stories and real life experiences about PDA, autism, anxiety, PTSD and home education. Me just me also advocates for teen authenticity and Neurodiversity and discusses teen mental health, self care and positivity. Also on YouTube and Instagram.

Libby's Autism Blog on Twitter - the writings of Libby, an autistic 14-year-old with demand avoidance. Co-author of Can You See Me?, Do You Know Me? and Ways To Be Me.

Little M's Journey to The Outside World shares insightful videos on YouTube, talking about being autistic and having PDA.

Amelia Durdy shares her musical talent on her Facebook page. She also fundraises for her local food bank with her performances.

Edith has a blog called The Autistic Artists where she shares her drawings and thoughts. Edith also spoke to Julia Daunt in this 2017 Interview with Edith, PDA from the perspective of a 10-year old and recorded this Facebook Live video in 2019.

ORLANDO VATV records fun videos and vlogs for YouTube about his life and experiences. He also has a gaming channel ZiggyAugust TV where you can watch his gameplay videos of Minecraft and other games.

Samuel H records YouTube let’s play videos of his Minecraft adventures on Minecraft Pocket Edition.

King Nico records fun videos for YouTube including challenge videos and wants to be a YouTuber one day.

Annie's Life YouTube channel - 13-year-old who loves to do things no-one would expect. Videos include toy reviews, vlogs and challenges.

Blueberry Meep Playz (9 years old) creates memes, music videos and mini-movies for her YouTube channel. She particularly loves making Gacha animations.

Daisy Mae (12 years old) creates Gacha videos about life in a PDA household, merging TikTok music with Gacha animations to describe how it feels to have anxiety, life as an unschooler, being nocturnal and more. She uploads them to her Mum's @pdagirls Instagram.

Older teens (16+)

Miss ZigZag Facebook page - a place where Miss ZigZag expresses her thoughts and feeling about being autistic to help other autistics and others learn about autism and PDA.