Wednesday , January 27 2021

I'm Celebrating Anne Hegerty opens for Asperger's



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Anne Hegerty has been praised for opening her Asperger, I'm Famous Get Me Out of Here.

The fans saw her talking about her condition with former EastEnders actor, Rita Simons.

"I did not get up with the autism issue. I do not like: & I want you to know that I have this interesting disability that you have to provide," " Anne explained.

"If someone else raises it, I'll make it quite clear that I'm happy to talk about it."

Anne revealed – well-known for her role on The Chase as The Governess – who was not diagnosed until she was 45 in 2003.

According to the NHS, the autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a name for a range of similar conditions, including Asperger syndrome, which affects the social interaction, communication, interests and behavior of a person.

People with ASD tend to have problems with social interaction and communication.

On the launch launch on Sunday, Ms was distressed and told her famous co-competitors: "I'm really in fact, very close to saying that I can not do this."

In a movie he had filmed before going to the jungle, he said: "I have had to learn a lot about what I can do and can not do and what I can do and can not cope with it. "

Along with Rita, X Factor's second after Fleur East with The Vamps, James McVey, Anne missed a task so he lives in a basic part of the camp sleeping on bats on the ground.

He explained to campers who have to imagine completely when completing a task before doing so or not throwing it away.

"I really appreciate how nice and sympathetic they are for me," said Anne to the cameras away from Rita.

"It was nice that they said I was getting up on social care because I'm never quite sure I'm completely doing it. I'm having my heart on all the things I & # 39 ; w do. "

The Anne viewers voted to make the second task of the series of the name Monstrous Monoliths.

The discussion with Anne led Rita to reveal that he had an obsessive compulsory disorder (OCD) diagnosis.

"I used to be a real light switcher, tap checker. I would spend hours doing it. It's almost the opposite of you because you are all logical and a pool is absolutely incredible, "said Rita.

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