Jake is a amazing example of an autistic child how if an autistic child likes something they can bring themselves to point where the seem as if they a a genius with little characteristics of his ASD. he proves that stereotypes cant be applied for everyone because each person is different and thinks and like different things.
This page shows how it is hard even for the high functioning individuals on the spectrum. saying i could be hard for them to live a normal life, as we define it, due to their differences. these differences may stop them from learning from their mistake by not understanding that what they did wasn't right. they might also not receive they right/necessary foods when self feeding due to liking colour, texture, and appearance.
To dig deeper into what autism is we need to fist understand what autism is, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a lifelong developmental disability that affects, among other things, the way an individual relates to his or her environment. The main areas of difficulty are in social communication, social interaction and restricted or repetitive behaviours and interests.
This give an idea to people who are not on the spectrum what it is like for those who are through what they SpectroSpective. It showcases 10 individuals who explain what they have to go through in day to day life for them. if we take Nicky for example his father narrates his story for him saying what he likes and what he loves.
Rosie explains that one cannot categorise autism and that each person on the spectrum is different with the stereotype being that of people with autism like maths and aren't very creative. She later goes on to say that she feels more free because she has more fun in doing normal things because her imagination runs wild even to the point where her body gets involved with her mind and has 'fits'.
This page shows how spectrum ranges from high functioning to severe learning disability. it also explains the the features of the major step in autism.
Presented and narrated by actor Hugo Weaving, telling the story of his autistic nephew explaining what he goes through, the characteristics of his particular type of autism.
One of the greatest scientists living on the planet today, Stephen Hawking needs no introduction. With science geeks and the non-scientific population of the world, he is equally popular, and widely known.