The u-tube video opens up with a non verbal autistic 27 year old, and she is humming, flapping her hands, and playing with different things. Halfway through the video she explains her language through computerized voice software. I think towards the end of the video is the most powerful, where she mentions that "failure to learn your language is seen as a deficit, yet failure to learn my language is considered normal” And she goes on about how the rest of the world perceives such people to be non people because they cannot communicate in a certain way that conforms to society.
that first link is kinda cool. You also had a you tube link about stress and stimming compareing NT's and AC's reaction to stress. Watch it to the end and see if you can recognize the guy at the end of the video rocking back and forth!
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