It is Family Game Night and you are involved in a heated game of charades. You flap your arms up and down. Gasping for air, you hope they understand what you are trying to act out so your team can win the game! These moments of frustration may be a part of Charades but unfortunately […]
With the release of the all-female Ghostbusters reboot fast approaching, the U.S. has seen an increasing effort to diversify lead characters in all forms of media. Face Value Comics (FVC) is a new comic series that centers around the autistic character of “Michael” and his friends.
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Just recently, a company called Brain Power has proven that it has what it takes to envision a future that’s better than any sci-fi. It is one of several companies that propel our society toward a greater degree of inclusion and accessibility for individuals on the autism spectrum.
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Limpsfield Grange School in Oxted, United Kingdom, will be the main focus of an upcoming documentary. The institution is the only state-run school for autistic girls in the country.
Louis Morel, a 17 year old with Asperger’s syndrome from London, recently narrated an animated video depicting what his world looks like, given his condition.