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Default Aug 17, 2016 at 05:14 PM
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something i came across today, seemed pretty helpful in situations when someone on the spectrum is facing the legal system(court, police, etc.) or something that can bring more awareness and understanding when its needed most.
it was written by a lady in Illinois

https://www.autismspeaks.org/docs/fa...egalSystem.pdf

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Default Dec 02, 2016 at 12:23 PM
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although im not aspergan,im under the label of classic autism and 'low functioning', ive written blogs for years and after losing my passwords again ive started a new blog about my experiences with classic autism,intellectual disability,epilepsy and a bunch of other crap.
id love it also if any of you would like to exchange links in the blog roll.
https://autieemlyn.wordpress.com/

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Verywellhealth has some nice articles on autism. Nightmares I indeed had terrible nightmares as a 5 year old

So true, high functioning autism is still autism. "While people with more severe autism are not generally expected to just suck it up and get through difficult moments, people on the higher end of the spectrum are expected to do just that." Well put!
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I also found David Finch's Journal of Best Practices very helpful and an entertaining read. Linked in the article:

How An Asperger Syndrome Diagnosis Saved My Marriage | HuffPost
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