Published on Apr 29, 2014
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Published on Apr 29, 2014 F'Malta, mijiet ta' tfal ghandhom l-awtizmu. Iżda xi tfisser din ezatt? Kif ihossu tifel jew tifla bl-awtizmu? Fil-filmat ta' fuq, MaltaRightNow.com zar xi attivitajiet li gew organizzati bil-ghan li titqajjem kuxjenza dwar din il-kundizzjoni.
Feature by Mr. Sergio Mallia from TVM This clip was aired on TVM News on Sunday the 15th December 2013 @ 8pm. The filming was taken during an Artistic event organised be the (APA) Autism Parents Association in collaboration with (SJC) St James Cavalier Malta.
A chance to see The National Autistic Society hosted event with Dr Temple Grandin. Dr Grandin discusses her life, autism, Asperger syndrome and many related issues, including possible work opportunities for people on the spectrum. In this film we've focused on Dr Grandin giving her presentation and included a number of slides she used to illustrate her presentation.
Using iPad apps as communication and learning tools for autistic and nonverbal children. Mobile platform games and education applications and accessories are highlighted. Lauren Meatty, Regional Consultation Program, Schwartz Center for Children, North Dartmouth, MA Children's Physical Developmental Clinic www.bridgew.edu/cpdc
Autistic people whose condition prevents them from speaking are making breakthroughs with the help of tablet computers and special applications that allow them to communicate, some for the first time.
CBBC Newsround - My Autism and Me LICENCE - all rights reserved by BBC, CBBC Programmes, Newsround In this Newsround Special, 13-year-old Rosie takes viewers into her world to explain what it's like to grow up with autism - a condition which affects how children see life, and the way they relate to others around them. With the help of beautifully crafted animation, Rosie introduces other children who have the condition: Tony, who gets totally obsessed with things but struggles to make friends, Ben, who has suffered from terrible bullying, and Rosie's own little brother Lenny, who turns the house upside-down daily to try and make sense of things. These children tell their own stories in their own words to give a vivid and moving insight into what it's like to be autistic. It's a condition that affects the way you live your life and see the world around you. Our presenter Rosie was born with autism. She says even though living with it is difficult, it makes her unique and who she is. As well as telling her own story, you'll find out how Ben, Tony and Lenny are affected by the condition. Lots of children with autism get bullied at school and can find it hard to get jobs when they grow up. In our special film Rosie wants to tell the world what autism is and what it's like to live with it.