New film highlights support needs of teens with autism

17th September, 2017
A scene from The Drummer and The Keeper

A new film about autism has been embraced by the autism advocacy community in Ireland, who say that not enough is being done in Ireland to service the needs of teenagers who are on the autism spectrum.

Already an award-winner at the Galway Film Fleadh, the debut feature film The Drummer and The Keeper tells the heartwarming story of Christopher, a Dublin teenager with Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism, who is shown struggling to...

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