presuming competence

This episode features an interview with Ido Kedar, an autistic-self advocate, an advocate for non-speaking people, a writer, and a college student. He is a non-speaking autistic person who uses a voice-output typing device to communicate. He’s written a non-fiction book, ‘Ido in Autismland: Climbing out of Autism’s Silent Prison’ as well as a fiction book, ‘In Two Worlds’. Ido’s books are poignant, insightful, and at times quite painful. The interview is transcribed so you can either read the transcription or listen to the podcast.

The autism experience challenge he mentions in the interview can be found here:

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