Are High-Functioning Autistics more likely to succeed in life than Low-Functioni

  1. Ivan Hernandez profile image91
    Ivan Hernandezposted 7 months ago

    Are High-Functioning Autistics more likely to succeed in life than Low-Functioning Autistics?

    Hello, Hubbers. I was just wondering, being Autistic and high-functioning, I would like to ask the question: Are high-functioning autistics more likely to succeed in life than low-functioning ones? I'm not saying that low-functioning ones are not successful, but are HF Autistics more successful than LF Autistics?

  2. tamarawilhite profile image93
    tamarawilhiteposted 7 months ago

    High functioning autistics tend to have weaker social skills than average but average or above average vocabularies. Being able to communicate verbally and via writing partially makes up for the inability to read body language and social skills, especially in a world where tech gurus can make a lot of money and gain social status that way.

 
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