Invisible disability and communication barriers to social care: discrimination, access and social support for adults with autism. Tish Marrable and Imogen Taylor Department of Social Work and Social Care University of Sussex, England. Autism – an ‘invisible’ disability?.
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Tish Marrable and Imogen Taylor
Department of Social Work and Social Care
University of Sussex, England
‘My autism is invisible – if I were in a wheelchair no one would be asking me to take the stairs! They can see the problem.’ (Man with autism, age 53)
The triad of impairments (SCIE 2011)
The report can be found at www.scie.org.uk
Taylor, I. & Marrable, T. (2011) Access to social care for adults with autistic spectrum conditions. London: SCIE