Autism & Insanity

Autism Insanity - Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 26th Jan, 2010 - 11:49pm

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Post Date: 26th Jan, 2010 - 11:44pm / Post ID: #

Autism & Insanity

Autism & Insanity

Name: Hack

Comments: Taking a note on the definition of insanity and given people with autism tend to repeat themselves or their actions often why aren't people with autism committed especially when they're aggressive?

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26th Jan, 2010 - 11:49pm / Post ID: #

Insanity and Autism

Attached Image QUOTE (JoePublic @ 26-Jan 10, 7:44 PM)
why aren't people with autism committed especially when they're aggressive?

They are. But only when they are a serious danger to themselves or others (failing suicides, knife attacks, etc). Other than that, "repetitive" actions performed by an autistic person who is not aggressive to that extent is just a normal behavior in autism and requires NOT to be committed to a hospital.





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