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Expecting autistic people to 'fit in' is cruel and unproductive; value us for our strengths

  • Written by Peter Sun San Wong, Researcher, Southern Cross University
Expecting autistic people to 'fit in' is cruel and unproductive; value us for our strengthsIt takes all sorts: workplaces can harness as strengths the differences that usually disadvantage people with autism.Shutterstock

Just 16% of adults with autism are in full-time paid employment, and this situation is not improving. The Economist has described this as “a tragic toll, as millions of people live idle and isolated outside the...

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