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    Museum Experience Survey

    Hi everyone! My research team and I are conducting a study which focuses on improving the experience of museums for autistic adults. The survey should only take about 5 minutes and your responses will be anonymized. If you are interested this is the link...
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    Finally a diagnosis that fits (Only took 50 plus years)

    Hi Everyone my name is Julian I'm finally out of the fog of a 3 year depression and got a handle on my other "issues". Being on new meds and working with good doctors at last, is great! But ... Finally knowing I'm on the spectrum is the BEST!!! (To bad Aspergers is no longer in the DSM V, it...
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    Finally seeking a professional diagnosis—Overwhelmed

    It has taken me two years, but I finally have health insurance and the ability to seek a professional diagnosis for what I highly suspect is Asperger's. I am worried about the outcome, mostly that the diagnosis will not confirm my suspicions and that I do not have Asperger's, but am instead...
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    Neurodiversity, acceptance and community

    John Elder Robison My Life With Asperger's Knowledge Is Power, in Community and Alone Why neurodiversity, autism acceptance, and community are important. Posted Sep 15, 2015 I figured this out firsthand while spending time with Dr. Warrenetta Mann, one of my colleagues at The College of William...
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