Sifting through the US CDC’s official diagnostic criteria for #autism ~ Part B (2-4): restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior

And yet more goodness… 🙂

the silent wave

This is the third post (although it could be considered the second half of the second post) in a multi-post series (not sure exactly how many posts this series will ultimately end up with).

With a slightly clearer brain and clearer sinuses than I had this morning (three cheers for bone broth!) 🙂 I think I have more mental stamina, so here we go….

If you haven’t yet seen the first two posts (Part A and Part B (1) ), I’m writing this series for two reasons:

  1. To prerecord my thoughts, should my words escape me during evaluations or other situations where I’m trying to explain this topic, and
  2. More importantly, to provide other people who might be trying to research this topic with one real-life example of how the criteria might apply to real life people and their situations

In order to be considered Aspergian/autistic in the official…

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