Mr. Zachary ProtzFebruary 1, 2017
Zachary’s childhood. Discovering that he had autism. Understanding social communication. Friends, homeschooling. teenage and adulthood. “You don’t look like you have autism” and his ideas on the matter. Trying to see through different lenses “green” and “red”. His words and insight for others. How signs can be misinterpreted and misunderstood. Importance of exposing children to the world. What would make his life easier. His thoughts about having autism. His hopes for others in the community. The beauty of technology. Challenges faced in society. His future goals. His inspiration. His final thoughts. What he wants the world to know about autism.