In this video, individuals with disabilities describe what self-advocacy is, how it works, and why it’s needed.
This video tells a story of how one young man uses Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to perform daily tasks and live independently in his community.
Ryan Judd presents a social story that can be used to teach individuals with autism social skills such as active listening and respecting personal space.
This video informs other children about the behaviors and characteristics of kids with autism.
This video, the first of four segments, is designed to provide general education teachers with strategies for supporting their middle and high school students with autism.
In this video, Liz Laugeson, from UCLA’s PEERS Program at The Help Group in Los Angeles, discusses the process of flirting.
To improve recognition of the early signs of ASD among pediatricians, parents, and early intervention providers, Kennedy Krieger Institute has developed this free 9-minute video tutorial on ASD behavioral signs in one-year-olds.
“Lost in Public” is a five-minute video that instructs children and guardians how to use rules, role playing and praise to teach children what to do if they become lost in a public setting.
This video is aimed at raising awareness of autism for those involved in government and public service.
This documentary explores how adults with autism find and manage romantic relationships. It challenges the belief that people with autism cannot experience romantic love.