There’s strength in neurodiversity – we just need to see it, writes ITV News Anglia content editor Neil Barbour.
In 2018, my daughter Daisy was diagnosed as autistic.
She was two years old, and the signs had been increasing. Daisy had been developing like any other child. She was speaking in full sentences, reciting books out loud, interacting with family.
Then, gradually, she lost all of her speech. She became detached from the world. When she looked at you, it was as if you weren’t there.