Is it too late?

At more than 50 years old, a series of events and encounters in my life have made me realised that I am very probably 'on the spectrum'. It has come to the point where I can no longer brush it under the carpet, act as a 'neurotypical' or let it continue to ruin my life.

Why did it take me so long to find out?

And where do I go from here?

R.

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  • Hello, I am 50 and am in the process of getting a diagnosis.

    I know I am On the spectrum. 

    I filled out a web form and took the print out of the results to my GP.  She read through what I had put told me that is no way I would be approved for an assessment but that she would write the letter. I was approved for assessment and am now waiting my results.

    I don't think it's ever to late.

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