Limitations of the diagnosis process

Posted by: alisrowe, June 25, 2016

ASD is a very disabling condition, yet on the outside people can look very competent. Not only may people appear competent on the outside, but the answers they give in their assessments and the way they’ve been brought up can also contribute to difficulties in diagnosing.

It’s common for others (including professionals) to disbelieve an individual could have ASD, even after they’ve been diagnosed. This article looks at some limitations to diagnosis and acceptance, facing people who potentially have ASD.

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