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Eustacia Cutler: Autism and the Cultural Flow

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There are so many things the human brain is capable of, and our understanding of how it works grows every day. It's time to rethink autism too. 


Eustacia Cutler is an internationally recognized keynote speaker on autism and its relationship with brain plasticity. Her research on autism and other disabilities created the scripts for two WGBH television documentaries: The Disquieted and The Innocents. Eustacia is also the mother of famed Dr. Temple Grandin, and author of A Thorn in My Pocket, which describes raising Temple in the conservative 1950's. 


Eustacia offers valuable and insightful information to parents, educators, and professionals about the rapidly emerging bio-neurological study of brain plasticity and how current research into the neural nature of consciousness is pointing toward insightful possibilities of change.


Listen as Dr Jo Anne White, author and host of Power Your Life and Eustacia Cutler talk about the past, present, and future of autism.



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