People With Autism are Stepping Up, for AutismApr 2, 2014
We all have limitations. Unfortunately, people with autism often get pegged as having a disability rather than limitations. The self-help movement for supporting autism advocacy is hoping to change this. Autism community outreach officer for University of Utah Health Sciences, William McMahon answers the question of how someone with autism can advocate for autism. He also talks about the message that the movement is trying to put forth, and the motivation behind self-advocacy for autism.