This experience is viewed through the eyes of Carly Fleischmann, a 17 year old girl living with non-verbal Autism. Based on an excerpt from the book Carly’s Voice: Breaking through Autism, it explores how, for someone with autism, a simple act like going for a coffee can descend into chaos. Carly’s Café was developed as an interactive video that allows the user to experience Autism from the inside-out, visit carlyscafe.com to enjoy the full experience. PRODUCTION CREDITS Director – Miles Jay Editor – Chris Murphy DOP – Chris Mably Colourist – Wade Odlum VFX Artist – Sean Cochrane Executive Producer – Harland Weiss Executive Producer – Donovan Boden Line Producer – Dennis Beier Audio Director – Stephanie Pigott Phantom Tech – Brent J. Craig Composer – Rob Simonsen Casting – Michael Stephenson Logo Design – Jan Avendano AGENCY CREDITS Creative Directors – Angus Tucker, Stephen Jurisic Creative Team – Kelly Uman, Marie Richer Producer – Ryan O’Hagan Technologist – Marc Cattapan
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A ‘mute’ autistic man trapped in a world of silence has stunned the music industry by recording a charity album with a pitch perfect —- SINGING VOICE. Sensational Kyle Coleman, 25, has only ever uttered a few words in his life and has never spoken a full sentence. But he stunned his mum when she discovered that – despite being unable to talk, Kyle has the remarkable vocal chords of a popstar. Kyle is the first non-verbal autism sufferer in the UK to release his own record. His album is available here itunes.apple.com
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Compared with youth with other disabilities, young adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) face a disproportionately difficult time navigating work and educational opportunities after high school, finds a new study by Paul Shattuck, PhD, assistant professor at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. Shattuck discusses the study results.
tinyurl.com It may be useful to think more broadly about the terms we use when we talk about natural treatments for ADHD. Did you know that the National Trust is opening its parks and encouraging children to get back in contact with nature? Very few of them have had that sort of contact because they spend far too much time indoors wired up to the latest electronic gadgetry. But ADHD natural remedies also means choosing a type of treatment such as herbal or homeopathic remedies which will enable the child to enjoy life and more importantly enable the parents to set up structures and routines in the home so that he can learn to cope with all the daily tasks. All too often ADHD alternative treatment is regarded with suspicion but it is really just one element in a much more comprehensive program which will look at how we organise the home, how we set limits on behavior, how we feed our children and last but not least, how we encourage them to use the talents they have to grow up as successful and well balanced citizens. www.youtube.com