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Research on autism involving people with autism

Very good to see it

During the 1980s, the term “social model of disability challenged how society largely regarded disability as a personal tragedy. Disablement was seen as something that belonged to individual disabled people, with heavily medicalised personal “impairments”.
"Social model of Disability", by the title does not help ASD. Because ASD is not disability, maybe mental disability but I have doubts and largely don't understand I have a disability. I Believe someone like Devil impaired me.

Also, i Believe ASD are generous according to test 2019 in this article....
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This is why Crisper could be an issue. If my granddaughter is autistic does she get fixed? what if she is actually a prodigy. still months away .
This is probably not news but it is good to see this out there: Why autistic people must be at the heart of autism research
Did you contribute to our own government's survey? Possibly the largest ever held in Australia and it will help decide the next 5 years worth of policies that affect autistic people. Real world action instead of a bunch of academics mumbling amongst themselves.

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