Amazing Things Happen is a useful resource for all parents and teachers. It can be used to explain autism to children who are not autistic. This award-winning animation invites one and all to put themselves in the shoes of a friend or classmate who has autism. Both kids and adults will appreciate the analogy that a Playstation cannot read an X-Box game, but this does not mean that the Playstation is spoilt. Similarly, whilst a person with autism may process information differently, but it does not mean there is something wrong with him or her.
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Catch the film in various languages on the Amazing Things Happen website.