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Teaching Through Turbulence Celebrates 1000 Ausome Things #AutismPositivity2013

This post was originally published by Heather S. on Teaching Through Turbulence, at http://www.teachingthroughturbulence.com/2013/04/teaching-through-turbulence-celebrates.html, and is reprinted here with permission from the author.

I am joining with other bloggers for the Autism Positivity Flash Blog 2013.  Over the years I have worked with many individuals with Autism and have enjoyed the uniqueness of each one.  I am amazed at the way the brain works in a visual way.  My cousin, Wayne, is a high-functioning Autistic with Asperber’s Syndrome and Sensory Integration Dysfunction.  He made a great video last year for Autism Awareness that explains life through his eyes so well.  I hope that you will watch and gain the admiration of their individuality as I have grown to over the years.  This video explains things in such a great way.  He has been so successful over the years.  I am so proud of him for everything that he has attempted and for his ability to share with us in such a great way.

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