Hi. I'm 50. I live in the UK. Diagnosed in January 2023. I struggle with social interaction and everyday things, and have done all my life. I was trying to get some help and my psychologist suggested I might be autistic. So I got assessed using the right to choose scheme, and here I am. The autism diagnosis is still very new and I don't really know what to think about it yet. I work in software and tech. The last few years I've worked remotely and sort of on my own as a freelancer, which has helped. But that might need to change later this year and the thought of searching for a new job and having to work in teams again is difficult. I also have leukemia. I've had several years of chemo. I'm in remission now. I'm also involved in some humanitarian projects.