‘All my life suddenly made sense’: how it feels to be diagnosed with autism late in life | Society | The Guardian

Jon Adams was 52 when he learned he had Asperger syndrome. As adult referrals rise, he and others explain the impact – good and bad – of a late diagnosis

Source: ‘All my life suddenly made sense’: how it feels to be diagnosed with autism late in life | Society | The Guardian

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