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thanks for writing and sharing; in line with my own AS tendencies I'll be blunt: Glad you want to support him – follow his mother's example and do wht she suggests. He seems to be getting on ok. There is a lot to be said for not having a label if it can be avoided. Have a look at Sam Craft's work in the US and the Aspieprof blog from Salford. They may inspire you. My take is: We are all on the spectrum of human experience and the biggest problem so-called neurotypical people have/create is – not beng able to see that. I wish you and your partner and her son well, and if you wnat to discuss further, I'll be less blunt. 😉