Stanley’s mom, Rosie, is a photographer. She just published a book called “Understanding Stanley: Looking Through Autism”. Though her art, she tries to represent a start point (an entrance) from where people can come closer to what it feels like to have Autism and tries to raise awareness of the beautiful differences people need to embrace.
“Maybe people won’t always know what they are seeing. It might not be what they are expecting, but if they start at the beginning and work through they should get a feeling of what life with autism might be like.”
Read more about Rosie’s personal story and book at theguardian.com/lifeandstyl...
How big are action like this for people with Autism?