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      Welcome to the forum!   09/17/2017

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  1. I have been thinking about ideas on what to do if you can't afford fees to see a therapist. Say someone who once bullied you can afford it. You could try persuading them to pay for the therapist. I'm thinking this because there may be some posters who haven't been officially diagnosed. Self-diagnosis is anecdotal. People tend to overinterpret their behaviour and may think they qualify for diagnosees that they don't have.
  2. This is a pack of thirteen cards, one identification and twelve communication cards to help explain things in situations where those with autism might not be able to do so. Would @Willow like to create her own version for the U.K market with pictures of "the girl in the panda hat" instead of Princess Aspien. Willow Hope instead of Chloe Hayden could write personal letters to buyers of the U.K version. The U.K version, if done, should be available in Gaelic, Welsh and maybe other languages (such as French) in addition to English.
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