I believe everyone on the planet has their thing and, especially in my experience, autistic people all have a tremendous gift. It's a matter of finding that gift and nurturing it. --Edie Brannigan

Inside the Mind of Temple Grandin

Inside the Mind of Temple Grandin

Dec 28, 2017-- Temple Grandin, renowned American author, animal behavior expert, and advocate for autistic people, has written many books -- including Animals in Translation, The Autistic Brain, and Thinking in Pictures -- and is currently a professor of animal science at Colorado State University. In this 60 minute interview on Insights at the Edge you'll learn the differences between verbal and visual thinkers as well as Temple's lifelong relationship with animals. She ends advising the autistic to invest their efforts in what they love rather than what they lack. (4610 reads)

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