Temple Grandin discusses autism and animals

Dr. Temple Grandin with her book “Animals Make Us Human”

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Tender Loving Canines Assistance Dogs, Inc. (TLCAD) presented “Autism & Animals, An Evening With Temple Grandin” on Dec. 5 at L’Auberge Del Mar. Grandin, arguably the world’s most accomplished and well-known adult with autism, holds a Ph.D. and was the subject of a semi-biographical HBO film, “Temple Grandin,” starring Claire Danes as Grandin. Photos: Jon Clark

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1 Comment for “Temple Grandin discusses autism and animals”

  1. Mary C. Smith

    Looking forward to reading this one. Have a Sheltie named Jake and he is now 9 yrs. old. He is not just my best friend, he is the family 'nurse'. Jake will come check on you and if you do not respond, he will get on the bed with you until you do. He even found a kitten in the woods near by and would not stop barking until we took her in. She is a calico, the same rich colors as he, and we almost called her "JT" for Jake's Toy, but I liked Patches because of the black patch around her one eye.

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