Autism and Creativity


Friday, March 28, 2008

Documentaries like “Autism: The Musical” are showing how the arts can help autistic children express themselves and interact with others. Blythe Corbett explores the connection between autism and forms of creativity. She also addresses some of the controversies surrounding autism including the debate on childhood vaccinations and the emerging neurodiversity movement among adults on the disorder spectrum.


Blythe Corbett

Comments [1]

Chen Gershuni from Israel

There is no contradiction between the Neurodiversity movement and the autistic wish for community.
The neurodiversity community is comprised of tens of thousands of autistic adults who can't fit within mainstream society, but who do fit extremely well within the neurodiversity community.

Apr. 01 2008 09:52 AM

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