Don’t miss our roundtable discussion on Thursday, Feb. 12.
DISCUSSION TOPIC: “HOW OUR CHILDREN SHOW LOVE”
Myth: People on the autism spectrum cannot feel or express love or empathy.
Fact: Many — in fact, most — people with autism are quite capable of feeling and expressing love, though sometimes in quirky ways. Further, many people with Autism Spectrum Disorder are far more empathetic than the average person, though they may express their empathy in unusual ways.