"In some ways the situation is ideal for autistic people, for me anyway. It means you have to go out less to see or talk to people."

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"Like, the other day, I needed to see my doctor. It was also easier to communicate over the phone than face to face, although it was harder to describe stuff…

But it also means that my disability is less recognised. It’s more hidden.

I might stick to some of the changes that happened or that I have been forced to take. Either because they are easier or I am now used to them. Because it will be harder for me to change back again to the way things used to be.

I think Covid has uncovered more of my disability. The things I can’t do have been highlighted to myself."

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