Basically, he clearly outlines a lot of the issues that make being an adult with autism complicated. When should we try to change the way kids with autism do things? When do we stop doing that and start accepting them as full adult contributors? It’s not like we have this down pat with typical kids either, but the issue is pretty muddled when it comes to autism or other different kinds of minds.
Anyway, the article is great, and I was so pleased to read something intelligent that echoes my own beliefs.