5 unfounded things people say about autism and how to respond

Posted by: alisrowe, June 4, 2018

It seems very common that, when an autistic person tells someone else that they are autistic, the other – neurotypical – person is likely to say one or some of the comments listed below. In this article, I’m going to look at why a neurotypical person might say these things and how I personally might respond to them in order to achieve the ‘best’ outcome.

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