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Autism Speaks Premieres Inspiring Documentary on YouTube
February 26, 2013, 3:31 pm
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Autism Speaks Premieres Inspiring Documentary on YouTube: Occasionally, we invite special guests to share their thoughts on the YouTube Blog. This guest post is from Autism Speaks about a documentary they are premiering on YouTube. The film was previously only available at small regional screenings and will now be available to viewers across the globe.

Today we’re announcing the online premiere of “I Want to Say,” a documentary short about technology and hope. It tells the story of how technology is making a difference in the lives of some people who need it most: children with autism.

This documentary is part of our Hacking Autism initiative to facilitate and accelerate technology-based ideas to help give those with autism a voice. Technology is radically remaking the world of autism. It is creating opportunities for those with autism to find their passion, develop their skills and eventually compete for jobs.

Autism Speaks is supporting the development of therapies and assistive technologies by promoting collaboration among designers, engineers, scientists, and individuals and families affected by autism.

We wanted to premiere this documentary on YouTube to show the world the power of technology for people with autism. Our hope is that you find “I Want to Say” as compelling and powerful as we do.

Alison Dyer, Social Marketing Manager at Autism Speaks, recently watched “How to BEND light !!


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