5. KPSN – ASPERGER ft. Dj WorstCase [PROD. KPSN] PSW? 2015

Publicado el 17 oct. 2015

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PREMIERA PŁYTY : 19.11.2015

“Asperger” to trzeci singiel zapowiadający moją płytę “Pora się wieszać?”. Gościnnie gramofonową robotę odjebał Worstcase.

Gorycz, sentymenty, palenie mostów. Emocje…

Produkcja – KPSN
Scratches/Cutz – Worstcase
Mix/Mastering – KPSN
Photo: Mariusz Ustianowski
Cover Artwork/Video : KPSN



Discriminación en Autismo y Asperger TEA

Publicado el 3 ago. 2012

Cada vez se dan más casos de acoso por tener TEA Trastornos del Espectro Autista. Mejor dicho de discriminación por parte de sujetos que no tienen ni idea, esto es denunciable y podemos luchar contra ello.
Cuando se dice en el video lo de dar la nota no es en el mal sentido se usa como en destacar algo de las habilidades de la persona con TEA.


“Through Our Eyes: Living with Asperger’s” (Documentary)

Publicado el 11 jul. 2015

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Three young adults with Asperger’s Syndrome (a mild form of autism) share their stories to show life from their perspective. They discuss their everyday experiences and difficulties they face, and their hopes for the future. The film was produced by Alyssa Huber, a film student who also has Asperger’s.

Kickstarter Webpage [Successfully Funded] ➤…

The production of this film took about two years, though it began as a idea for a school project. The goal of the project was simple: to tell a story. So I interviewed my friend Katie, and learned so much about her journey with Asperger’s. I told her story in a short trailer-style film. Watch the result here!–Trailer #1 ➤

It expanded beyond what I planned initially, since I decided to produce it as a full-length film. I told not only Katie’s story, but my own (Alyssa’s), and the stories of many others on the autism spectrum. I interviewed about seven other young adults on the spectrum who were friends and acquaintances of mine, and I also interviewed three experts in the area of psychology. I made a second trailer to spread the word–Trailer #2 ➤

I loved this project so much, but the tough part was that I was still in college. I cannot work or do any extracurricular activities while I’m in school due to my Asperger’s, and yet I chose to produce an entire film on my own on top of my normal workload. That’d be tough for a normal person! I worked very hard through the murky waters of anxiety, depression, and perfectionism (that comes with my AS) to complete it, but I’m glad I did.

I wanted to help others understand Asperger’s, but this project helped me, too. I learned a lot from it, and it gave me a reason to stay motivated in spite of my difficulties. Life is tough when you feel different and isolated, but filmmaking gives me a way to stay connected with the world. Plus, I love every aspect of making films, so I had fun with it!

Alyssa Huber Films [Official Website] ➤

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Presentacion en adultos S de Asperger Patricia Howlin


Patricia Howlin is Professor of Clinical Child Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, London, whose principal research interests focus on autism and developmental disorders includingWilliams syndrome, developmental language disorders and Fragile X.[1][2][3]

Howlin is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society,[4] who has served as Chair of the UK Association of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and the Society for the Study of Behavioural Phenotypes[1] She is a founding editor of the journal Autism.[4][5]

What does the future hold for adults with autism?




Publicado el 27 de ene. de 2014

I Congreso Internacional . Barcelona 2006
Patrica Howlin . Ph.D. Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, St George’s Hospital Medical School. London
Discusor : Maria Llorente
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