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Uncommon sense : an autistic journey / Adam Mardero.

By: Mardero, Adam
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Latitude 46 Publishing, 2021Description: 186 pages ; 22 cmISBN: 9781988989358Subject(s): Childhood | Teens | Autobiographies and memoirs | Books by autistic authors | Asperger’s syndrome | Disability rights and the neurodiversity movementSummary: "Adam Mardero was diagnosed with Asperger's at the age of nine, and began the journey to understand his differences and the label that would define his life. Uncommon Sense is a vulnerable and insightful exploration of a boy growing into a young man while battling a label and the misunderstandings that arise from being on the spectrum. Through the perspective of his geek world, Adam shares the challenges faced after being labeled and how he found his voice as an activist for neurodiverse young people."
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"Adam Mardero was diagnosed with Asperger's at the age of nine, and began the journey to understand his differences and the label that would define his life. Uncommon Sense is a vulnerable and insightful exploration of a boy growing into a young man while battling a label and the misunderstandings that arise from being on the spectrum. Through the perspective of his geek world, Adam shares the challenges faced after being labeled and how he found his voice as an activist for neurodiverse young people."