The Sprout Film Festival showcases videos that are made by and are for those with Developmental disabilities. Rich Juzwaik from Gawker wrote a wonderful piece about the films show cased at the festival. “Sprout is the avant garde of tolerance (more…)
As I am listening to the New York Times segment called Patient Voices: Autism, I find myself surprised as these mothers talk about receiving an autism diagnosis for their children while simultaneously discussing their own revelations of (more…)
Steve Jobs’ death has made a lot of people think about their relationship with technology and how much his innovations have touched their lives. 60 minutes did this special on how the iPad and its applications have literally given the autism community a voice to speak with.
We live in a time that is still under the shadow of the events of 9/11. In the aftermath of 9/11 there is an assumption that we can have either safety, at the loss of privacy, or privacy, with the loss of safety. This gives us a dichotomy of privacy versus safety. But is that true? Is it that black and white? (more…)
Advertising is core to reaching markets. There is a particular look and language used to attract specific clientele. Those with Aspergers syndrome read information literally, without the puns or the grayness of words that are (more…)