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Welcome to a blog written by an autistic adult woman in her late 30's using words and images to advocate acceptance as well as awareness of those with life-limiting autism spectrum disorder. I hope you will gain compassion as well as knowledge in your visit. Thank you.

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Goodbye

After almost a decade of blogging, I've decided that I have shared all of my autism perspective. Most of the subject matter focused on my childhood and adolescence. I wrote about what it was like to grow up undiagnosed. I wrote mainly from the victim's perspective, which I certainly was. I shared some victories and funny moments. 
A new decade is coming. I can't share any victorious, enduring adult stories. I don't do well researching, unless it is on a special interest. Millennial and Generation Z autistics have been given advantages (and disadvantages) unavailable and unthinkable in 1979. They are the generations who have endured life with diagnosed autism. From early intervention programs to utilizing 21st century technology for communication and advocacy, these are the voices who are uniting for changes.
I will continue to do what I can, passing along tidbits of wisdom and firsthand experiences.
You can send me a request on Instagram @autisticaplanet. 
Thank you for reading my posts over the years on both Blogger and Wordpress.
This blog will remain open. Occasionally, I may share something that I think is timely.
Sincerely,
Allison (autisticaplanet) Kramer