There is a fairly new blog now available which is written by an Orthodox Christian with autism:
As it is always preferable for a person with a disability to express their own understanding of their situation rather than for someone who does not have the disability to speak for them, this blog is especially valuable.
The topics of the posts, at the time of this pre-scheduled writing, all directly relate to Church life and it’s application in the world outside.
Many Autists (which is not a politically correct term, but nevertheless the choice of this writer) would not classify autism as a disability, but simply as another way of perceiving the world. Autism is included among the disabilities discussed in Arms Open Wide for the sake of the majority neurotypical (non-Autistic) population; most parents, spiritual fathers, and employers of autistics would at least initially consider Autism a disability.
Here are some more Orthodox Christian Adult Autists posts for your perusal:
There is a list to the left of the blog if you would like to read more.