My Autism Diagnosis: Two Years On

September 23rd 2017 marks two years since I received my official autism diagnosis, and my life changed completely. This may seem like a small event for some people, but it’s one of the most important dates of the year for me. In the first year […]

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Missed Signs of Autism in Childhood

At seventeen years old, you could consider me years away from childhood when I received my autism diagnosis. A common misconception about people who receive a late diagnosis is that we avoided the struggles that a lot of autistic people who were diagnosed at a […]

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My Autism Story

If you’ve visited my blog before, chances are you’ve seen a post or two of mine about autism. With that said, it would be fair to say that this is nowhere near the first post I’ve written about my disability, although perhaps it should’ve been. […]

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Is Getting An Autism Diagnosis Worth It?

In the last few days, articles about an NHS plan to reduce the number of people receiving autism diagnosis’ has been circulating the internet. It says that diagnosis’ will be reserved for the ‘most severe cases’, or cases where other conditions, such as depression, have […]

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Autism and Change

For autistic people, change can be incredibly unnerving and stressful. That isn’t to say that neurotypical people don’t have problems with stress, too, but from what I understand, it’s on a completely different level for autistic people.

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Autism: My Late Diagnosis Experience

The other day, 26th of January, marked two years since I was officially rushed through the diagnostic process on a boat of cancellations to receive a diagnosis in September of that year. That’s even quicker than I remember it being, but the process makes it seem like it a lot longer.

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