According to Spencer Timme, it’s incredible having Mitchel as a brother. Every case of autism is different, some more severe than others, and not every person with autism is like Mitchel, who is fortunate to have a very good relationship with his younger brother, as seen in this video.
From Spencer Timme:
“If any of you want to contact me or have any questions feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I want to hear your stories about knowing someone with autism!”
Essentials for Educators is a thirty-seven minute video presented by Utah parents, teachers and other professionals in the field of Autism. The great part of this presentation is that it explains some of the underlying differences found in individuals all across the autism spectrum and makes suggestions for strategies to increase success in mainstream educational settings.
Although intended for secondary school teachers, this video collection offers a helpful overview for anyone seeking to better understand autism:
This guide for secondary school teachers was produced by the Organization for Autism Research (OAR) and the Fairfax County (VA) Public Schools system. Grants from the American Legion Child Welfare Foundation and the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism made this video series possible.
Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers – Part 1
Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers – Part 2
Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers – Part 3
Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers – Part 4
To provide feedback or inquire about using this resource in your school district, please visit www.researchautism.org or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The BBC produced “My Autism and Me,” a special piece about autism presented by a young lady by the name of Rosie, who has Asperger syndrome. Though autism affects the way Rosie and others with autism live and see the world, as seen in this video, Rosie says it makes her unique and who she is.
While telling her own story, she also informs the audience about three others with autism: Ben, Tony and Lenny. Autism is a spectrum and Rosie’s presentation helps to demonstrate to the audience the different ways that people with autism are affected by it.