Why Autism Speaks Doesn’t Speak For Me | Forbes.com

Do we have to diminish and demean and dehumanize our children to get people to listen to us when we talk about their needs? I emphatically think not.

Source: Why Autism Speaks Doesn’t Speak For Me

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