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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Autism Teaching Strategies from Temple Grandin

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Autism help from someone with autism.  This is an amazing video. Temple Grandin offers advice, tips, strategies and more!

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Temple Grandin is a very vocal member of the autism community. She was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2, and through her mother’s support and proactive treatment and thinking she has gone on to become a very respected animal science professional, as well as an autism rights activist. In this video, she explains her thoughts on the disorder, her various ideas on future treatment, and overall perceptions of autism.


Here is another video where she discusses what is feels like to have autism.


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