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What '60 Minutes' Got Wrong About Autism and Employment

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Anderson Cooper’s recent short piece on “60 Minutes” had been recommended to me by family and friends as an example of positive progress for employing autistic adults.

Anderson himself cast the segment as evidence of hope for parents of autistic children approaching the “cliff” of adulthood and falling into a society unprepared and resistant to accepting autistics into the workforce.

As I watched with my 15-year-old autistic daughter, I could feel her body twisting in discomfort with every progression of the discussion.

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