Rosie King: Comment l’autisme m’a libérée pour être moi-même (VOST)

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‹‹ Les gens ont tellement peur de la variété qu’ils essaient de tout classifier en mettant des étiquettes bien spécifiques ››, dit Rosie King, qui est âgée de 16 ans, courageuse, effrontée et autiste. Elle veut comprendre pourquoi tout le monde est aussi préoccupé d’être normal. Rosie fait un appel à chaque enfant, parent, professeur et personne à se réjouir de l’unicité de chacun. Il s’agit d’un témoignage flamboyant du potentiel de la diversité humaine.

 

ABOUT ROSIE

When she was nine years old, doctors confirmed Rosie King’s self-diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome. With two younger siblings severely affected by autism, Rosie had a burning desire to help make the world a more tolerant place for people with autism ever since she was a young girl. She found the opportunity to do so when her family was invited to do a local news segment on her mother’s children’s books that featured Rosie’s illustrations. Her lack of inhibition made her a natural presenter, and she was asked to host BBC Newsround’s special program “My Autism and Me,” bringing her a much wider audience and an Emmy Kid’s Award. Rosie continues to raise awareness about autism, and is working towards her goal of becoming a professional actress and storyteller.

 

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