‘Inside Out’ Helps Children with Autism Understand Emotion | Organization for Autism Research

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The new Disney/Pixar movie, Inside Out, tells the story of an 11-year-old girl moving from Minnesota to San Francisco. The unique part about the movie is that it is told through her emotions. One California family explains that the movie describes emotions so well to children, that her son with autism was able to put an image and name to his own emotions. Read about the Hollis family’s full experience on Sun News and Review.

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