Event Title

Spectrum Sisters: A Story of Sisterhood and Autism

Presenter Information

Nina Vallado, Andrews University

Start Date

3-3-2017 2:30 PM

End Date

3-3-2017 4:00 PM

Description

A research project about a unique communication method, known as the Rapid-prompt method, for people who are nonverbal autistics. The purpose of this study is to supplement the end goal project as a 30-minute film, in which the realities of RPM are shown in a relationship between two sisters. Research data has been conducted through the means of interviews with professionals in the autism community who use the communication method of RPM. The data will be presented at the Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium on March 3, 2017, and the screening of the film, Sisterly, will be on April 16, 2017.

Acknowledgments

Professor Paul Kim

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Spectrum Sisters: A Story of Sisterhood and Autism

A research project about a unique communication method, known as the Rapid-prompt method, for people who are nonverbal autistics. The purpose of this study is to supplement the end goal project as a 30-minute film, in which the realities of RPM are shown in a relationship between two sisters. Research data has been conducted through the means of interviews with professionals in the autism community who use the communication method of RPM. The data will be presented at the Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium on March 3, 2017, and the screening of the film, Sisterly, will be on April 16, 2017.