I added a selection from “Ann’s Autism Blog: Safeguarding and Church – An Informal Guide” to “Eye Contact and Neurodiversity”.

Autistic people may not give eye contact. They can either hear, or look, but not both. It is not a sign of guilt or unwillingness to engage.

Source: Ann’s Autism Blog: Safeguarding and Church – An Informal Guide

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