I was diagnosed as ASD level 2. I was diagnosed in my 30’s which was a relief because I finally knew why I was different. For me getting a diagnosis was important as it opened up other resources I wouldn’t have access to without an official diagnosis.

What People Say

“Autism: Where the “randomness of life” collides and clashes with an individual”s need for the sameness~”

― Eileen Miller, The Girl Who Spoke with Pictures: Autisms Through Art

I am different. Not less.I’m different. Not less

Dr. Temple Grandin

I see people with Asperger’s syndrome as a bright thread in the rich tapestry of life.” – Tony Attwood