PLEASE let this be good or at least decent!
A new documentary set to premiere on PBS takes a look at life with autism from the perspective of those with the developmental disorder.
The film, “Neurotypical,” looks at individuals with autism at different stages of life. It focuses on Violet, 4, who is struggling to communicate, a teenager named Nicholas who is shy and has trouble relating to girls and Paula, a wife and mother who received a diagnosis as an adult after reading about the condition. Read more.
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The PBS site for it (it’s part of the POV documentary series) raises my hopes. Speaking of the autistic adults who comment,
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