Wretches & Jabberers: A Movie About 2 Adults With Autism

The Autism Society paired with Wretches & Jabberers to commemorate National Autism Awareness month, in April 2011.

Two men with autism embark on a global quest to change attitudes about disability and intelligence.

The album for the movie was released on iTunes in January, 2011 and profits from its sales will be donated to the Autism Society.

More information about Wretches & Jabbers can be found here.

About Kyle Meades

John Kyle Meades, CCC-SLP has practiced Speech & Language Pathology since 1993. Therapy Group of Tucson, PLLC provides private, powerful and effective speech and occupational therapy services in Tucson, AZ

Comments

  1. Mollie HUnter, MA,. CCC-SLP says:

    This movie is a wonderfully uplifting story of two men who were never taught to communicate as children. Both men are autistic and grew up in institutions, but learned how to communicate as adults when they became part of a special program in Vermont.
    This movie shows their World Tour to teach others about autism and the hope that can be sppread through assitive technology. It is 2 thumbs up!

  2. Mollie Hunter, MA,. CCC-SLP says:

    This movie is a wonderfully uplifting story of two men who were never taught to communicate as children. Both men have autism and grew up in institutions, but learned how to communicate as adults when they became part of a special program in Vermont.
    This movie shows their World Tour to teach others about autism and the hope that can be spread through assistive technology and the particular typing and talking program which helped them become communicators. I give it 2 thumbs up!

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