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What Happens To Autistic Children?

We become autistic adults — camouflaged all around you.

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Say the word “autistic” in your head — or out loud. (It’s okay, you can talk to yourself — I won’t tell.)

Did your mind automatically conjure up an image of a generic little boy?

Mine did, too.




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