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Autism Awareness Month | The Super Prezoes

In this Prezi we introduce you to Ben! He's a youg boy with very special powers! GET INVOLVED: http://www.autism-society.org/

Igor Lacerdino

on 23 April 2015

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Transcript of Autism Awareness Month | The Super Prezoes

as he stopped learning new words and lost the ones he knew only at 16 months.
Starting to ignore his siblings Sara and Trevor, Ben made his parents worried and suspicious whilst he was spending time on his own.
His parents didn't know how to act over this situation for a couple of years. Everything changed as they heard about an autism summer program and decided to send ben there.
Ben learned a lot.
And so did his parents.
The program consisted of social skills activities, meeting people and vocabulary learning .
He was only 2 when he was first diagnosed with ASD
Ben brought the family together! Doing outdoor activities, swimming, amusement parks, zoos...

They pushed the boundaries together.
After a while it was obvious it was ben influencing the family atmosphere and not vice versa
The progress was amazing and it became a lifestyle for Ben and his family.

he is studying linguistic and plays guitar in a band.
A super hero!
There are many ways to get involved with the autism community!

Visit http://www.autism-society.org/get-involved/

And get to know how you can help the cause!

Now They keep doing things together and now they see Ben’s character rather as a blessing than a problem.
Ben is a great example of what Autistic really is!
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