With around 20% of the world’s population on coronavirus lockdown, many people might be struggling to cope with the drastic changes in lifestyle. But one little boy’s story may offer a message of support to many people. Because lockdown is all the more daunting for him, as he’s autistic.
Autism Awareness Week has been running since Monday 30 March. As the charity Autistica says:
Autism changes the way people communicate and experience the world around them.
[It] is a spectrum of developmental conditions, including Asperger’s Syndrome.
Every autistic person is different. Some are able to learn, live and work independently but many have learning differences or co-occurring health conditions that require specialist support.
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