The problem with the common approach to Autism is the perception it states an individual with Autism has towards the world. They treat an individual as if the light bulb of senses is dimmed, and unable to fully process what he/she takes in. The truth is, however, that the bulb is in fact, blindingly bright to the point where it’s difficult to maintain proper focus on specific sensory intake. Think of a computer with a ultra high tech graphics and sound cards, but with the standard processor. If we accept this, than we can work with the individual to develop life skills and be independent.
Learn more by reading The Realities of Autism: Misconceptions.
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