• Great video!

    I know this really isn’t the *point* of what you’re saying and I think you’re point (that autism is a spectrum and that not all autistic people are high-functioning) is an important one, but just FYI, the medical community no longer recognizes “Aspergers” as a disease. People who may previously have been diagnosed with “Asperger Syndrome” are now diagnosed as having “high-functioning autism”. This was done in part to emphasize the point that you’re making – autism is a spectrum, and some people are close to “normal” while other people are very seriously disabled.

  • Kanuunankuula

    As an person with Asperg’s, I think it’s great that you’re educating people. People seems to think it’s all the same with autism. I never thought about it as a double edged sword, people think that Asberger’s is the same as serious autism, but also that people think that autism is the same as Asberger’s.