Understanding and listening to people with autism.

  • Jill Aylott
  • Published 2001 in British journal of nursing


This article continues the learning disability supplement's examination of autism (see Aylott, 2000a,b) by exploring how a lack of knowledge and understanding of positive aspects of autism among non-autistic people (neuro typicals) has led to many adults with autism having negative life experiences. It calls for all staff working with people with autism to… (More)


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@article{Aylott2001UnderstandingAL, title={Understanding and listening to people with autism.}, author={Jill Aylott}, journal={British journal of nursing}, year={2001}, volume={10 3}, pages={166-72} }