This Life: The prism of autism
Temple Grandin's autism means she doesn't see the world as others do, but her condition gives her insights that elude the rest of the world, writes Susan Morrell.
The world has always looked different through Temple Grandin's eyes. As a person who has autism, she sees things in greater detail than those without the condition. She thinks in pictures, not words.
Autism, however, hasn't stopped the 65-year-old from achieving a lot more than most. As an autism and animal welfare activist, she has published ten books and numerous scientific papers, holds a PhD in Animal Science and lectures at the University of Colorado....
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