Week in Neurodiversity – Asperger’s Boy Writes Poem that “Breaks the Internet” (5/21/16)

Via DifferentBrains.com | Week In Neurodiversity

Move over Kim Kardashian, because this week in neurodiversity features Asperger’s boy Writes a poem that REALLY “Breaks the Internet,” A pen has been created that could read to the dyslexic, and a military homecoming that will make your heart melt!

neurodiversity“The strengths of autism such as attention to detail, the ability to focus for long periods of time, technology skills, strong visual perception — all of those fit beautifully with the task of software testing.” Representative of Aspiritech

 *Aspiritech provides a path for high functioning individuals on the autism spectrum to realize their potential through meaningful employment.

The Neurodiversity News Show | Hosted by Mike Nickas

Mike Nickas-Jean was born on November 11, 1994 in Plantation, FL, and currently resides in Oakland Park, FL. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Film and Multimedia Studies at Florida Atlantic University in December of 2015, and is currently pursuing an education in the fields of neuropsychology and special education.
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