#WorldAutismProject

 

UPDATE

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Accessible from countries that block WordPress and other social media platforms.

 

World Autism Project

 

World Autism showcases Autism related movies, documentaries and interviews from non-English speaking countries.

World Autism Project is reaching out to Autism communities around the world:

  • Providing a useful information resource to those communities
  • Encouraging dialogue and nurturing inclusivity, with and between those communities
  • Contributing to a more global perspective on Autism
  • Fostering a greater sense of community among the Autistic population of our planet
  • Strengthening autism advocacy worldwide

 

World Autism Project has been set up to complement my Autism Movies page.

  • of which all but a few are English language films
  • a reflection of the scarcity of feature length non-English Autism themed movies

World Autism was created to ensure that the voices of those in the non-English speaking Autism community are heard just as loudly.

 

World Autism

 

Autism in Russia

 

Autism in Latin America

 

Autism in the Far East

 

Autism in the Middle East

 

Autism in Central Asia

 

Autism in South Asia

 

Autism in Europe

 

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Aspie Writer
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 16:49:11

    Hey just wanted to let you know that I’ve tagged you for the Liebster Award…http://aspiewriter.com/2013/01/liebster-award-tag-your-it.html

    Reply

  2. michaelfassil
    May 21, 2013 @ 08:15:24

    I am from Ethiopia, I have a chance to see autistic childs in my area. I hope My country will have some helpfull materials in native language very soon.

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  3. Joanne Lara
    Sep 11, 2013 @ 23:51:53

    HI there~ I would like to please add my documentary to your wonderful list:

    GENERATION A : Portraits of Autism and the Arts
    Producer: Joanne Lara & Autism Movement Therapy
    Producer/Director: Barry Shils

    This powerful depiction of the daily challenges faced by young people on the autism spectrum offers an inspiring note: coping through the arts. The viewer witnesses how the impact of music, dance, art, animation, and the simple act of creating flows through the participants’ minds and bodies, uplifting them and their families in different yet significant ways.

    Through eight compelling portraits, the movie celebrates the talents of young people on the spectrum.
    Creative therapies encourage meaningful connections, arts programs benefit and stimulate speech and language skills, encourage social interaction, and build self-esteem. Offering frank and moving insight, interviews with experts in the field are interwoven throughout, some of whom are on the spectrum such as Dr. Stephen Shore and Dr. Temple Grandin.

    Thank you and please let me know if you need anything else.
    Best,
    Joanne Lara
    http://www.autismmovementtherapy.org

    Reply

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