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Ruby is on the autism spectrum and told that communication can be really hard and you often assume that people see things the same way you do - even when they don't."It could be that I have a conversation with someone that I think went really well, and then I hear that they were really upset or they don’t talk to me," she said."Especially when I was a teenager, I’d think that I was establishing a friendship, and then I would never hear from them again, and I wouldn’t understand what had happened." Autism is neurodevelopmental condition that affects the way that people interact with other people and their environment and affects about 1 in 150 people.
The autism spectrum includes people with Asperger's, and is referred to as a spectrum because people have different levels of severity and may need different levels of support.
19-year-old Jayce Whisenhunt is a special needs student at Montgomery Central High School (MCHS).
Jayce suffers from autism, ADHD, a learning disability, and hearing loss.
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Dating can be hard enough as it is, but when you're living on the autism spectrum, it can be even harder.
Social cues can be hard to read and sometimes it's difficult to get a message across, so you can only imagine how tricky it would be when flirting or being in a relationship.
Meeting online was the third most common way of meeting, after introduction by friends, and close behind meeting randomly in public settings (bars, restaurants, parties, etc.).