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Hi! I’m so thankful to be able to be on the forum, I was originally diagnosed with Severe ADHD as a child and correctly diagnosed in early 2021 with ASD. I’m still finding my way and I moved away from my hometown back in July of 2023. I’ve since then realized how difficult the change has been as an autistic person.
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Keep in mind that change is difficult for everybody, regardless of brain software, especially when moving to a new place. The key is how you can make it less difficult for you. It can give you a chance to start new routines that could be better than the old routines.
Hello and welcome, @AMay0328. Hope you enjoy the forum. Let us know if you need any help figuring things out as you get settled in.
Hello. I hope as time goes by that you'll learn and develop strategies that help you better cope with change.

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