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The firm whose staff are all autistic

On first inspection it seems like any other Los Angeles-based company, with tasteful art on the white walls and calm-inducing diffusers dotted about.
Peter describes the working atmosphere as “quiet, but fun”, and especially likes the fact that there i…

Boy with autism draws up great things

One Bay Area mother has done countless hours of reading and research about autism spectrum disorder. But what she’s learned the most, she’s learned from her own son.
Christopher Riveiro is an 11-year-old boy and was diagnosed with autism spectrum diso…

Brotherly love beyond words

The cameras won’t follow his every move, and the broadcast team won’t talk incessantly about his NFL future.
They won’t gush over an All-American season or constantly replay Heisman moments or embarrassing antics. DaeSean Hamilton will just play footba…

What dating an autistic man is like

When you have an invisible disability, the first challenge is getting other people to believe you — to encourage them to express empathy for someone else. After that, though, you need to learn to listen to how your disability may negatively impact them…

Adults with autism deserve better than this

It’s hard not to love Lauri Love. When I interviewed him a year ago he arrived at King’s Cross nearly two hours late, having taken a train from Cambridge in the wrong direction, dragging a shopping trolley for his vast speakers, wearing a bobble hat an…

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