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My Journey to a Diagnosis of Autism

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My Journey to a Diagnosis of Autism A question I’ve heard lately is “Where are all the autistic adults?” That’s right, adults with autism. Many forget that children with autism become adults with autism. Autism is not a condition someone will grow out of. It is a part of who we are and affects how we interpret everything in the world around us, from colour and music, to conversations and…
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Why Routine is Important to Aspies

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Why Routine is important to Aspies Ah routine… how I missed you so! I love my routine.  No, I mean I really love my routine! The safety of knowing what I’ll be doing at what time and which people I will see at which time – definitely helps when I’m not always certain of peoples names! The peace of knowing what to expect without empty gaps I have to try…
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Aspie…me

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Aspie…me So… a little bit about me… I am a woman in my thirties. I live in a lovely little house by the sea with my boyfriend and our gorgeous labradoodle. I am a trained teacher in English and Drama and currently have my dream job as a Special Needs Co-ordinator in a local comprehensive school. I also have Aspergers Syndrome, a high-functioning form of Autism. Many people are surprised by…
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