A very valid link as there is constantly debate as to whether autism is a condition or not. There is such diversity within the autism spectrum that such a word is required to define the breadth of possibility. Some need a lot of help to assist them in their daily lives where as others like myself don’t need quite so much. You need a framework of support that can cater for a wide range of people which is quite difficult to achieve.
Have you any invisible disabilities that need to be looked at yet are often disregarded?