The heading is a brief conversation between me and a woman in my street after I realised I lost my key and my fob that might have fallen off my lanyard when I tripped over. I told the woman about my loss after she and some people she was with helped me up. When she … Continue reading “Do you want me to guide you to your house?” “No thank you. I don’t know you.”
I have been living with Asperger syndrome, an autistic spectrum disorder, for twenty-five years and it has its positives and negatives. The positives include having an average to high intelligence, which was enough for me to achieve a 2:1 in animation at university and allow me to study for an MA in the same subject; … Continue reading Are restaurants autism friendly?