Spectrum stories: Life in lockdown with autism
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Host Chelsey B. Coombs talks to clinicians and people with autism about their experience of the pandemic, how their routines have changed and some of the unexpected benefits. Read the related story here.

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The post Spectrum stories: Life in lockdown with autism appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.

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