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How an autistic gardener uses his 'special gift' to design award-winning gardens — Birmingham Live

Monday, 7 February, 2022

How an autistic gardener uses his 'special gift' to design award-winning gardens — Birmingham Live

Alan Gardner from Erdington uses his “special gift” to design award-winning gardens. (Image: Alan Gardner)

 
For many, it's a condition which evokes pity and even fear - but to Alan Gardner, autism is a gift.
Despite only receiving a diagnosis at the age of 55, Alan always knew he had a unique brain.
“Autism is not a condition or disorder - it’s a different way of thinking,” he explains.
Read more at: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/how-autistic-gardener-uses-special-22986832

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