Why do some young people who are on the Autistic Spectrum get hardly no support at all?

Until a few weeks ago, I've received "minimum" support. Since, I've been re- accessed and everything ALL of my support has been removed. I can read/write/ travel independently/ attend college/university/ got Bs in High School and so on. However, I still struggle in certain aspects of life such as... show more Until a few weeks ago, I've received "minimum" support. Since, I've been re- accessed and everything ALL of my support has been removed. I can read/write/ travel independently/ attend college/university/ got Bs in High School and so on. However, I still struggle in certain aspects of life such as Social Interaction/ Understanding Social Boundaries.

Having all support cut back have been a HUGE strain, on my me & my family. It's been such a battle to get to where I am today.

ASD is a invisible disability and most signs and symptoms are usually missed throughout the young persons live.
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