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Different minds. One Scotland.

The ‘Different minds. One Scotland.’ campaign has been developed to support the vision which underpins The Scottish Strategy for Autism. We would welcome your support in helping spread the campaign message.

Below you will find all campaign assets and social media content which are available to download, along with the campaign toolkit. You’re welcome to use these assets across your own and your organisation’s social media channels.

To find out more about the campaign, or to be involved in supporting it in any way, please email autism@smarts.agency

Your support is much appreciated.

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Campaign Video

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Autism Myths - Full video

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Myth 1 - Autism is a mental health condition

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Myth 2 - Autism mainly affects young children

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Myth 3 - Everyone is a little autistic

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Myth 4 - All autistic people have a learning disability

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Myth 5 - You can tell someone is autistic by looking at them

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Myth 6 - Autistic people like to be on their own, they're anti-social

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Myth 7 - Autistic people don't feel empathy

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Myth 8 - Autism can be cured

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Myth 9 - Autistic people always have other conditions

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Myth 10 - All autistic people have special skills like Rainman

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Different minds

Campaign film for posting on Social Media