Autism Research & Neurodiversity: The Changing Culture with Sir Simon Baron-Cohen

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Sir Simon Baron-Cohen examines the changing nature of autism research and how it should become participatory and co-designed by the autistic community. He emphasizes the need to for research and society to address neurodiversity and disability. He is joined by autism advocate Becca Lory Hector and special education advocate Michelle McGowan for an engaging discussion rooted in the perspective of the autism community. [Show ID: 37652]

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25:52 - Discussion

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