Jason suffer from autism* and is one of the many children my sister deals with in her profession> She will be leaving soon due to her pregnancy. When she asked me some time ago to meet some of these kids I did not really know what to expect. Upon leaving I was left with the emotions of being touched deeply, and also felt some sadness and admired their uniqueness. The workers I had to take my hat of too at their task is a mammoth one ion many easy.
Jason instantly caught my eye as a subject to make a visual record of my very brief visit, not just because he was a handsome smiley chap but simply because he just seems to shine so brightly. It has to be seen to be understood
* a disturbance in psychological development in which use of language, reaction to stimuli, interpretation of the world, and the formation of relationships are not fully established and follow unusual patterns.
More info: http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/info/mhgu/newmhgu12.htm
|Title:||My world is yours...|
|Uploaded:||16 Mar 2005 - 8:14 AM|
|Tags:||Portraits / people|
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