Given how many autistic people there are in the world, it’s odd how much of the conversation about autism revolves around children who don’t exist. The most common such child is the one who is “indistinguishable from his peers.” This is the child who will supposedly emerge after successful therapies or treatments for autism leave the child essentially “normal.
Todd Drezner: Autism and the Hypothetical Child
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- October 16th, 2016| 0 Comments
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