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Autistic Self-Advocacy and the Neurodiversity Movement: Implications for Autism Early Intervention Research and Practice

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2021

This article explores how autistic self-advocacy and the neurodiversity movement offer valuable opportunities to autism intervention practitioners and researchers. A balanced neurodiversity stance offers key principles to steer the development, delivery and evaluation of early interventions.

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Published on 08/04/2022