A woman’s desperate search for a safe space
A woman in Florida has found her place in a safe-space clinic that allows her to interact with a group of patients who have autism and who share her experiences with their families.
Tori S. Clark, 33, says she’s become a part of a safe house with other people who are also diagnosed with autism and are seeking to learn how to better communicate with others.
Clark says she is working to become a better communicator by sharing her experiences and by sharing the people who have helped her through the journey with the public.
“I just want to try to help other people, I don’t want to be a burden to them, she says.
The Center for Autism Research, an autism advocacy group, calls it a “community” and says it offers support and guidance to those with autism.”
We know that our community needs to be more inclusive and have more support to help those with a wide range of disabilities,” says Susan Neumann, who leads the center.
She says the community has developed a sense of humor, and has created a space for people to be able to be themselves and laugh.
She hopes her experience will help others feel welcomed.”
It’s important for people with autism to feel safe to be who they are and to feel comfortable around other people,” Neumann says.
For the past few months, Clark has been living with her mother, who also has autism.
Neumann says they have not been in touch with the family but hope to soon.
They hope that will change soon.
Clark is hoping that her story will inspire others.”
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