After struggling to fit in with neurotypical peers at school, work and on social media, 18-year-old Timothy Rohrer is sharing tips on how to treat people with autism and other disabilities, so that others don't have to endure what he did.
Most people with disabilities experience social isolation and exclusion at some point in their lives. Not only does this hurt their mental health, but it can also harm their physical health. For people with autism, it can come in the form of worsening facial tics and a delayed ability to make decisions—and can put their safety, employment and health at risk.
Rohrer shares the top ways to be mindful from his recently released pamphlet entitled "How to be a Good Influence to People with Disabilities."
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