Growing evidence suggests that a small minority of persons with autism progress to the point where they no longer meet the criteria for a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Various theories exist as to why this happens. They include the possibility of an initial misdiagnosis, the possibility that some children mature out of certain forms of autism and the possibility that successful treatment can, in some instances, produce outcomes that no longer meet the criteria for an autism diagnosis.
I'm open to the fact that there are possible cures for ASD. It just suits the NAS and the NHS (financially?) that ASD is incurable.
Have a look at my post about AS and reading
I'm not entirely sure that i'd want to be 'cured'.
I'm not ill / sick, just differently wired in a world that's not yet accepting of that.
Do you want to be 'cured' Arran?