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“Don’t punish us for being autistic” guest post

Sarah is featured as a guest post on the Alliance Against Seclusion and Restraint's blog. Please read her words on seclusion and restraint. Many thanks to Guy Stephens for featuring Sarah's words on his page!  
Don’t punish us for being autistic

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Getting Understanding


“To be autistic is a place where you live away from what is normal. You are inside a lot of confusion with loud voices and lights and shadows dancing. Smells are intense and your body does not respond to your directions. I plan things, but often I cannot carry out my plans. Pleased Mom and my friends understand and do not get disappointed. I feel sorry, though. Pleased, pleased, pleased to be loved and respected.
Plan to keep trying. Plan to please others by getting understanding through my writing. Power with typed words.”

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