Mark Utter sits at a computer keyboard with a broad, toothy grin, his eyes closed and head cocked slightly, as though he were listening to a muse whispering in his ear. After a long pause, he opens his eyes and, with slow, deliberate movements, pecks at the keys with a single, outstretched finger.
Utterly Mark : A Vermonter with autism makes his inner voice heard through film
2012-04-19T18:37:05-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, Assistive Technology, Editor's Picks, General, Lifestyle|Tags: all disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental disabilities, Emily Anderson, film, I Am in Here: A View of My Daily Life With Good Suggestions for Improvement From My Intelligent Mind, Mark Utter, non-verbal, Pascal Cheng, screenplay, typing, Vermont|0 Comments
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