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You've Been Conned (The Great Neurotypical Swindle)

Being autistic can be difficult but for all the wrong reasons. Far too many autistic people have been convinced that aspects of their life which a little different from anyone else's are major deficits causing them anger, resentment, anxiety, depression and much, much worse.

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Autism is a way of being.

 

It's a collection of specific differences from commonly

perceived expectations of sensory perception,

information processing & expression, which is viewed

by external observers as differences in

behaviour & communication.

Autistamatic is here to help both autistic and non-autistic people

understand more about the lives, challenges and above all 
potential of autistic people in society today.

Join us as we explore our many coloured minds...
 

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