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Perspectives of late-diagnosed Autistic professionals
Erin Bulluss, Ph.D., and Abby Sesterka
Late-diagnosed autistic women reflect on messages they wish they’d heard as children and share some of them here to promote well-being in today’s autistic youth.
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Erin Bulluss, Ph.D., and Abby Sesterka are late-diagnosed Autistic women who write collaboratively about issues relevant to autism, drawing from both scholarly literature and their lived experiences.