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Are you Autistic Channel 4
  • Ostuni
    Posts: 3
    It was sadly lacking, wasn’t it? Although I thought it gave a decent general overall explanation of autism, I was a bit disappointed it focused almost exclusively on the more high functioning cohort. I feel these days there is a growing divide between a group that, quite rightly, doesn’t want to be associated with disability and a group that requires extensive and life long support that needs to be classed as disabled to get the support required.
  • Holly59
    Posts: 2,586
    Planet Autism did an excellent piece on their website . Well thought out and constructive comments .

    I felt the survey Results should have been highlighted . Real eye opener . Sadly PDA was not mentioned .

    Pat xx

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