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November 18, 2022
Autism and studying A level mathematics

After successfully studying Maths at GCSE, I decided to study it at A level. Back at primary school, due to my language development delays, I would find it difficult to understand new concepts and apply new knowledge to given problems. This improved for me over the years since. There had always been confidence in underlying […]

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October 26, 2022
Autism and understanding sarcasm

Sarcasm refers to remarks given by people who mean the opposite of what they said at a particular time. One way this can be done is by paying close attention to, and thinking about the tone of the person’s voice.  For those of us with autism, this can be very problematic, since we can struggle […]

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October 12, 2022
Seeing things from different perspectives

For those of us with autism, we may experience difficulties seeing things from other peoples’ points of view. In addition, we can have problems understanding things such as how the ways in which we may behave can affect others’ feelings. Consequently, this can create difficulties with getting on with other people.  Those of us with […]

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