Autistic people are not failed versions of “normal.” They’re different, not less — ideas.ted.com

When people with developmental disabilities have what they need to thrive, everyone benefits. In a speech he gave at the United Nations on April 1st, author Steve Silberman made the case that it’s past time we all learned to honor neurodiversity.

via Autistic people are not failed versions of “normal.” They’re different, not less — ideas.ted.com

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