Saturday, May 12, 2012

Blogger Writes From the Heart

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 We are not all the same.
The belief that all autistics are the same is still one of the biggest misconceptions that autistics have to deal with.

Robert Moran
Now that the Centers for Disease Control has determined that the diagnosis rate of some level of autism is 1 in 88 people, the numbers may seem startling, but it just means that there are more accurate methods of diagnosing autism. Better and more accurate methods, in this case, are important because no two autistics exhibit the disorder in the same way. The new diagnosis rate has indirectly shown the world that autistics are all different.

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