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The ways in which society accommodates those with special needs so they can fully participate. Autistic people—like anyone else—have the right to full integration and participation in society. We should be able to access services, employment, and housing, and face the same duties and responsibilities as everyone else. In order to provide said integration, some adjustments can be made, such as dimming lights or avoiding the use of halogen lights.
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