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low functioning

  1. Ikarus Diary

    All I Learned While Working Is That NT People Are So Complicated

    Hi. For the last two weeks, I've been a trainee at a psychiatric. As I mentioned in my last blog, I had to take care of a whole unit of patients managed by a nursery assistant who taught me. As they changed shifts, I had three different coworkers. And luckily they all were really nice and...
  2. G

    Here for my brother who has low functioning autism

    Hi everyone! I'm super stoked to have found this forum as I was doing research for my brother. He's nonverbal so being able to read all these posts helps me to see things from a different perspective; hopefully, it'll help me understand him more. The main thing I was trying to research prior...
  3. All-Rounder

    The Way We See Low Functioning is Wrong!

    A friend just told me about this: "The people you might see sitting in a chair, rocking back and forth are ones with severe autism. Just remember this. If you ever see someone with autism who is rocking back and forth, and is unable to communicate audibly via their mouth and or hand gestures...
  4. Jenisautistic

    I'm tired of people saying low functioning means sick also being in between things

    Hey everyone I am very frustrated every time I talk about a program that I've been to and people with autism, everyone seems to think low functioning means you can't do anything or that you're sick or that you're in a way not capable or something like that and if you are capable at all or if...
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