Field of Science

The language of autism

An autistic woman demonstrates, then explains, her personal language and way of communicating. It blew my mind.

Here's a New York Times article on her. I don't have too much to add other than that nature didn't make any bad brains. Just way different ones.


  1. I considered that too. The New York Times article references that Wired did a story in which the writers "interviewed" her via her computer and seemed to get the impression that this video fit with their experience of her.

  2. Here 'tis.


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