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Inclusion and Exclusion and Autism

Inclusion means a wide range of things.

It can mean being ' accepted by other people', 'taking part in community life', 'able to lead an independent life'.

Or it can mean 'able to lead as normal a life as possible', 'included in the workplace', 'included in social/recreational activities' and 'offered the same opportunities as others'.

Unfortunately many people with autism are routinely excluded from society and prevented from undertaking these activities.

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Please see Inclusion, Exclusion and Autism Publications


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Updated
20 Aug 2015