It is vital for the Family Courts and everyone who is involved in the process to adapt and make reasonable adjustments in order to meet the needs of an autistic person. In this piece, I’ll be focusing on the needs of autistic children in particular. Acceptance is key, and it begins in wider society. There […]Read More
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