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asperger syndrome – myths and reality

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asperger syndrome – myths and reality

I don’t often just feature someone else’s video in my blog but I watched this today and feel it really deserves wide dissemination and appreciation.

It is made by KonstantinosPapathanasiou and was self funded. It contains really good contributions from people with Asperger Syndrome and rightly has a tagline – “If you have met one person with Asperger Syndrome, you have met one person with Asperger Syndrome…”

The film is excellent. I particularly liked the music therapist Henry Dunn talking about monotropic senses – he explained it so well and I wish every teacher, healthworker, psychologist, police officer could hear it. Please pass it on….

Asperger Syndrome: Myths & Reality from Konstantinos Papathanasiou on Vimeo.

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  • Henry Dunn
    Posted at 12:07h, 16 September Reply

    Hi Lou, just cam across this when, rather vainly, googling myself! Thankyou for your kind comments. There was so much more I wanted to say, but it was a short video. Do get in touch if you want to hear more about my work. Best wishes, Henry

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