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Hi. Anyone have any supportive contacts for autistic adults including women?

LiveInReciprocity
LiveInReciprocity Community member Posts: 1 Listener
edited March 2022 in Autism and neurodiversity
Hi
I am in my early thirties and learnt I am autistic aged 30. Anyone have any supportive contacts for autistic adults including women?
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  • SueHeath
    SueHeath Community member Posts: 12,420 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @LiveInReciprocity Big welcome to our lovely group, hope you have chance to have a good look around I am sure you will find some answers and advice of others in the community.
  • Tori_Scope
    Tori_Scope Scope Campaigns Posts: 12,487 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi there @LiveInReciprocity :) Welcome to the community! I'm glad you've joined us. How's your weekend going?

    I can imagine that being diagnosed slightly later in life might have presented you with some challenges. We have other members here who've been diagnosed in adulthood, so I hope that you manage to meet some people with similar experiences here on the community. I've moved your post into the autism and neurodiversity category that Teddybear12 mentioned, and I'd encourage you to take a look through the posts.

    Would you mind me asking you to explain a little more about what you mean by 'supportive contacts'? Are you looking for support groups, or something along those lines?

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