Late Diagnosis of Autism

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  1. Liz says:

    Just read that you were diagnosed at 49. I am half way through assessment process at 63. It is so true what you say about children being less important. I was born in 1953 and my mother recently explained to me that children were not the centre of attention they are now. They were just expected to fit in with whatever the adults were doing. Also when I went to primary school we all sat at separate desks and were expected to be quiet and get on with our work. So little worry about socialisation there. It was just a different time. Apart from some bullying I didn’t really run into difficulties until teenage years.

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