Autism “it's not a disease, it's a different way of being”

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“Autism is part of who they are; it's not a disease, it's a different way of being," says Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, Francesca Happe. Photo by Shutterstock

Jonathan Bastian talks with Francesca Happe Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at King's College London about advances and autism diagnosis and how that has impacted the way society sees neuro-divergency? Later, Lauren Ober, producer, podcast host and executive producer of The Loudest Girl In The World shares her personal journey of her later-in-life autism diagnosis.

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Andrea Brody