The Beautiful Reality Of Autism

Watch our acclaimed TEDx talk, which presented for the first time our distinctive and positive conception of autism, which is right at the heart of our charity.

There is also a text version of this talk here

Audience Feedback:

"As an autistic adult I've never NEVER heard anyone enunciate so clearly and accurately who we are. This man does it perfectly. I wept through this entire video...spot on sir, spot on. Spot on, I'm still in tears. You have it right!"

Joseph Galbraith

"At 63 I finally heard the story of my life! Thank you very much!"

Renee de Borst

"I’m speechless, he said it perfectly. It was impossible for me to articulate how I felt but he did it.   …….   Explains it perfectly"

Maelstrom Magnet

"You understand more than anyone I have ever heard before and it was so healing listening to your talk."

Gabe Angel

"This is the best perception of autism from a natural and humanizing view that I have ever watched. Thanks!"

YennyFD

"We need every Autism Parent to watch this."

Medusa Petrichor

"I am on the spectrum, very high functioning and Guy Shahar describes so eloquently and beautifully autism"

Shoshanna Fachima

"I think that's the first time I've heard anyone speak so accurately about the experience (good and bad) of life on the autistic spectrum. Beautifully conveyed."

Rhiarti

"This is just beautiful. This perfectly captures my life and most likely, a lot of others lives' as well."

Grandimations

"That is one of the best speeches on autism I’ve ever heard - thank you so much, you truly understand"

Andy Hunter

"Thank you SO much to Mr Shahar; after 50 years of pain and struggle and after a recent autism diagnosis I was desperate to have a voice to educate others and had wanted to do a 'TED' talk - then stumbled upon that of Mr Shahar which said pretty much everything."

Jen Cunningham

"Thank you for understanding us."

Michelle L. Myers

"I agree wholeheartedly with this presenter. How perfect was his explanation and his call to action."

Christin Goff

"That is one amazing father! His son is so lucky to have him! He understands Autism so well."

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