Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

On the Spectrum? Find Your People

Life can get much better for you.

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Many people in the world are on the autistic spectrum. The current estimate, according to the CDC, is 2% of the US population. If you extrapolate this number globally, there are 158 million people in the world that are on the spectrum. We are in every country, of every religious denomination, ethnicity, and in any industry that you can imagine.




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