We get around these by sending her to a special-needs-only school, wearing DAFO's, using adaptive tableware, supplying her with current programming on her AAC device, using sign language when necessary, feeding her the SCD diet (for GI issues), and going to regular PT, OT, ST, and vision therapy.
Mostly - I am worried about her wandering off (which she loves to try to do) and not being able to communicate. She has no dysmorphic features, and is cute, and there are some sick bastards in this world... I have visions of her being tethered to an autism dog in public spaces. Such a dog is trained to keep their kids close by and some also have search trained into them. Third loves dogs to distraction, so I think it would be a good thing. I, however, have very little experience with dogs outside of some babysitting I used to do for a St. Bernard back in my high school days, and the little bit of babysitting I currently do for a shish-ka-dog (toy poodle) that belongs to the sister-in-law. Hence, my desire for somebody who knows dogs, and disabled kids, and how the two interact.