ok, there's lots of fantastic talk on here about giving carers a break (which I totally support BTW, and don't think there are enough organisations doing it) but I was thinking, couldn't someone come up with a way to give the autistic person a break? like, having someone baby-sit your autism for a day or a weekend, so you could have a break? I would definatly make use of this. although I fear I'm entering the realms of science fiction - then again hey, if star trek could do it, why couldn't we??
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