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Title:"Through Our Eyes: Living with Asperger's" (Documentary)
Duration:31:54
Viewed:1,394,673
Published:11-07-2015
Source:Youtube

Three young adults with Asperger's Syndrome (now Autism Spectrum Disorder) share their stories to show life from their perspective. They discuss their everyday experiences and difficulties they face, and their hopes for the future. The film was produced by Alyssa Huber, a filmmaker and autism self-advocate who also has Asperger’s. CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 01:39 Main Asperger's Symptoms 03:54 Sensory Issues 06:55 Social Issues 12:15 Emotions 16:05 Coping with Asperger's 17:30 Thinking Patterns 19:43 Imagination 22:22 Gaining Independence 25:33 Careers and College 27:01 Asperger's Strength 28:55 Advice for Aspies 30:26 Credits Watch the FULL DOCUMENTARY! (50 minute Extended Version) ➤ https://youtu.be/n85S9G_s_OQ Get the Extended Version on DVD ➤ http://alyssahuberfilms.blogspot.com/p/shop_77.html Extended version trailer ➤ https://youtu.be/-HHwsAjyKJA Autism & Disability Resources ➤ https://tinyurl.com/neurolushiaresources Support my work! (one-time donation) ➤ https://www.neurolushia.com/p/support-my-work.html Become a Patron! (SuperWaffle™ BLUE) ➤ https://www.patreon.com/neurolushia The production of this film took about two years, though it began as a idea for a school project. The goal of the project was simple: to tell a story. So I interviewed my friend Katie, and learned so much about her journey with Asperger's. I told her story in a short trailer-style film. Watch the result here!--Trailer #1 ➤ http://tinyurl.com/asperger-doc-film-1 It expanded beyond what I planned initially, since I decided to produce it as a full-length film. I told not only Katie's story, but my own (Alyssa's), and the stories of many others on the autism spectrum. I interviewed about seven other young adults on the spectrum who were friends and acquaintances of mine, and I also interviewed three experts in the area of psychology. I made a second trailer to spread the word--Trailer #2 ➤ http://tinyurl.com/asperger-doc-film-2 I loved this project so much, but the tough part was that I was still in college. I cannot work or do any extracurricular activities while I'm in school due to my Asperger's, and yet I chose to produce an entire film on my own on top of my normal workload. That'd be tough for a normal person! I worked very hard through the murky waters of anxiety, depression, and perfectionism (that comes with my AS) to complete it, but I'm glad I did. I wanted to help others understand Asperger's, but this project helped me, too. I learned a lot from it, and it gave me a reason to stay motivated in spite of my difficulties. Life is tough when you feel different and isolated, but filmmaking gives me a way to stay connected with the world. Plus, I love every aspect of making films, so I had fun with it! NOTE: While Asperger's Syndrome is no longer a diagnosis in the DSM, it remains legitimate for individuals diagnosed before 2013 (including those featured in this film, which began production before 2013). Asperger's is currently associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder, meaning those who meet the DSM-IV criteria for Asperger's (but didn't get a diagnosis of Asperger's before 2013) would now likely be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Alyssa's Asperger's Blog ➤ https://www.neurolushia.com/ Alyssa's Gaming Channel ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Gingersnaspie Facebook ➤ https://www.facebook.com/neurolushia/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/neurolushia CREDITS SONG: "A New Year" by Blue Fox Music, previously titled "Starlight" https://audiojungle.net/item/starlight/2452317 © 2015 Alyssa Huber Films | All rights reserved.



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