Invisible Disabilities: How an Autism Diagnosis Changed My Life

What is it like to live in London with an invisible disability? In the UK, one in 100 people is on the autism spectrum and there are approximately 700,000 autistic adults and children. (Source: National Autistic Association)

Barrington Campbell was diagnosed with autism at age 30. He said he struggled to make friends as he grew up feeling isolated.

Five years later, he created Kagai Games, designed to provide table games and events for people with social anxiety.

He said, “I wanted to provide a space that was inclusive for everyone with social anxiety.”

Video by Gem O’Reilly

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