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Clonakilty has become Ireland’s first autism-friendly town

“The town of Clonakilty has rejected isolation and stigma in favour of autism inclusion.” Image: REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

Avin Houro
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Clonakilty followed a stringent process to become an autism-friendly town. Image: Clonakilty followed a stringent process to become an autism-friendly town.
The rate of autism diagnoses around the world. Image: Focus for Health
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