Which means we are all different from each other.
Like our thinking caps have an unusual wire system.
With a different vision of the real world in front of us.
Depending on what part of the autism spectrum disorder we’re at,
Our behaviour can be challenging to address
And we find some tasks hard to understand.
And, most importantly, guidance about life and being independent.
Otherwise we’ll be shy, vulnerable and stressed by outsiders.
However, being autistic doesn’t have to be negative. It can be positive.
Having special interests calms us down
And can make us an expert in something valuable.
In a way we show energy, creativity, repetition and determination.
For those without autism, we are all humans.
Whether it’s someone with Asperger’s, severe autism or non-verbal.
At times we’ll be in our own autistic routines.
As long as we have encouragement from family, friends and organisations
The timeline for the future is secure and clearly recognisable.