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From: Jonathan Kirwan
Subject: Re: Austin Instruments to Close
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On Wed, 15 Jan 2003 12:05:14 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> Autism is not one condition but a name used to cover a whole spectrum.
I suspect Jim is already well aware of that. He specifically
took the time to mention "profoundly" when describing his
> I simple Google search will put you straight on adult autism and its
>prevalence among persons with high IQs.
I doubt he or I will need or benefit from any googled
information on the subject.
For me, I've been on the board of several organizations dealing
with autism and families with autistic members and have worked
many thousands of hours with such kids and adults spanning the
spectrum, over some 16 years now. I've personally observed the
spectrum, in spades. I'm also well aware of some reports
indicating an association with high IQ families, though this
detail is usually offered as a palliative for parents. I don't
believe that genetic counseling for would-be parents has taken
any serious note of it, for example.
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