People with autism face a lot of challenges, both in their own behavior and in their interactions with the world. But what if the qualities that made those with autism unique could be turned into strengths? That's the idea behind the non-profit animation studio and digital arts school Exceptional Minds, which works to train and place students with autism in visual effects jobs—jobs where their particular idiosyncrasies make them very good at what they do.
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Written by Curiosity Staff April 14, 2017
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