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1 The term autistic will be used in this paper for everyone on the autistic spectrum, including people with Asperger's syndrome.
2 The number of people answering each question or question part is indicated by a number in prackets after the column heading or caption.
3 ST = sometimes, but not this year, AS = people on the autistic spectrum, , NV =non-verbal (do not use oral speech)