Dr. Temple Grandin: Empowering Autistic Individuals to be Successful - Special Webinar
Updated: Jul 16, 2020
Join Dr. TEMPLE GRANDIN, the World's most Famous and Influential person with Autism and outspoken proponent of Autism Awareness for a very Special Pre-Recorded, On Webinar.
With this Exclusive Once-off Webinar with Dr. Temple Grandin you will:
✓ Gain INSIGHTS into the Mind of Someone LIVING WITH AUTISM
✓ Learn How Temple Grandin, THINKS, LEARNS & EXPERIENCES Life as a PERSON WITH AUTISM
✓ Discover INTERVENTIONS, THERAPIES & SUPPORTS which have Enabled her to be SUCCESSFUL
✓ Transform Your VIEW & UNDERSTANDING of AUTISM with Temple’s first-hand LIFE STORY
And much more....
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WHO'S THIS WEBINAR FOR?
Anyone interested in learning, understanding and knowing about Autism such as Parents, Families, Caregivers, Children or Adults with Autism, Employers, Educators, Professionals, Agencies, Self-Advocates and anyone who wants to learn more about Autism.
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Dr. Grandin is a best-selling author, professor, and an inspiration to millions of people around the world. She has been named one of TIME magazines 100 most influential people in the world and was the subject of the multiple Emmy Award winning movie Temple Grandin.
Dr. Temple Grandin, Ph.D. is one of the most accomplished and well-known adults on the autism spectrum in the world. Her fascinating life has been featured in the movie, “Temple Grandin,” starring Claire Danes. Dr. Grandin has also been featured on many major television programs, such as the BBC special, “The Woman Who Thinks Like a Cow,” ABC’s “Primetime Live,” “The Today Show,” “Larry King Live,” “48 Hours,“ and “20/20.”
She currently works as a Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University. She also speaks around the world on both autism and cattle handing. Dr. Grandin’s current bestselling book on autism is The Way I see It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger’s. She also authored Unwriten Rules of Social Relationships, Animals Make Us Human, Animals in Translation, Thinking In Pictures, and Emergence: Labeled Autistic.
Dr. Grandin was diagnosed as severely autistic in the 1950s and was non-verbal until the age of four. Through intensive therapy and the tremendous help of her mother Eustacia Cutler, at a time when autistic children were routinely banished to institutions, Temple Grandin advanced and excelled. In her book Emergence: Labeled Autistic, Dr. Grandin refers to her early childhood experience as “groping her way from the far side of darkness.”
Temple is a must-see speaker. She has a unique ability for imparting practical wisdom on raising and teaching individuals with autism. Temple's personal first-hand account is sure to change the way you view autism and add to your understanding of how truly special individuals with autism are.
In 2017, Dr. Grandin was been named to the National Women’s Hall of fame in the U.S., as a woman whose “achievements have changed the course of American history,” according to Betty M. Bayer, the Hall’s co-president and professor of women’s studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
Temple achieved all of this despite her autism diagnosis in the 1940s. Little was known about autism at the time, so she was nearly institutionalized. Fortunately, Temple received support and early interventions: “I had people in my life who didn’t give up on me: my mother, my aunt, my science teacher. I had one-on-one speech therapy. I had a nanny who spent all day playing turn-taking games with me.”