Question: Can autistic people drive?

Note, there are no laws against driving with autism, but safety is key. Driving can be stressful and challenging in many ways; Autistic people may struggle more to adapt to the rapid change. Consider the some of the important factors and skills that are involved with driving: Social judgment.

Do autistic people find it hard to drive?

​​​​​​Some autistic people may find the skill of driving extremely difficult, whilst others will be highly competent. Being autistic should not in itself be a barrier to holding a licence.

What age can an autistic person drive?

If you receive Disability Living Allowance (DLA) higher rate mobility you can learn to drive at 16. See DLA explained. If you are on the autism spectrum you may need to disclose a diagnosis when you apply for your licence.

Can a autistic person have a normal child?

The answer is absolutely yes, under the right circumstances. While a person with moderate or severe autism is unlikely to have the skills to parent a child, many people with high-functioning autism are ready, willing, and able to take on the challenges of raising kids.

Can autistic people love?

Many people with autism crave intimacy and love. But, they dont know how to achieve it in a romantic relationship. They can feel blind to everyday subtle social cues from their partner. This can cause conflict and hurt feelings.

Where do autistic adults live?

Many adults with autism live at home or with a friend or family member. When additional support is needed, in-home services may include a companion, homemaking/housekeeping, therapy and health services or personal care. Respite Care. Some individuals with autism remain in their parents home far into their adult years.

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