Coronavirus Extra: Autism at the A&E
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What if you are autistic and get Covid-19 symptoms? For Robyn, previous hospital visits have been tricky and caused great anxiety. On this shorter episode, with her doctor's surgery closed, Robyn tells Jamie about her solo visit to A&E in an ambulance to get checked out. They discuss when and how to let A&E staff know you are autistic, why walls are better than curtains and the pros and cons of wearing a face mask. Produced by Emma Tracey Subscribe on BBC Sounds and say "Ask the BBC for 1800 Seconds on Autism" to your smart speaker. Email [email protected]
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