I think, I mentioned the job bit, haven’t I already? I think definitely that’s an area to improve on. I think more of an area at school like having, actually training teachers to spot people with autism and how, you know, how to deal with it, would be a lot better, rather than sort of just pulling us out of class and telling us off. Because you know, it’s not necessarily our fault, because you know, how we express things is completely, to someone with not autism. They’re able to sort of tell when they have a problem. We can’t do that. So yes, definitely in schools and also more from the government as well, I think there needs to be a separate area, I think separated in the educational side and the job side.
You know, a special side, you know, they have the educational side of it and just call it education and stuff like that, they should separate into special educational side, like where the people with autism and other people with the problems actually helping the schools deal with it. Because I think that would be really, really important for schools and that to have that, instead of just having some guy that says, “Oh yes, I know all this, I know all that.” Just does nothing, has noth… I mean they say they have understanding but to be honest, the best people to understand it, are the people that actually have the problem. Even they may not know it, but you know, they can tell you, you know, as long as you keep things very simplistic, you know, in asking me questions they’d have to very specific with it obviously.