Art and Autism

Jun 19, 2014 | Communication

art and autism

Isn’t it brilliant?

Painting by Amir Bai. Amir is deaf and mute and communicates through sign language. He lives at Kfar Ofarim, ALUT’s village for people with autism in Ramat HaSharon. (courtesy)

Read more: Looking for the next Picasso at Israeli autism event at UN | The Times of Israel 

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