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The first time a cartoon character is displayed with autism, Julia

It’s called Julia and she’s starring in some online books of the successful children’s cartoon series with the title ” Sesame Street''…The move aims to reduce the stigma of autism and to learn young and old more about autism.Julia well, it’s a girl 4 years old with orange hair and green eyes, sensitive to sounds and lights. Playing with Elmo, yes, in some activities, they look very much like the swing and the song. In other but are different, such as, for example, the Elmo builds towers with blocks, while Julia puts them in a row.When it is a friend of Elmo, Abby, initially it is odd to Julia that seems to not respond when you greet or when he asks her to play. Eventually they succeed and the company passes beautifully.The creators of the program “See Amazing” they hope that the program will help children and families facing autism and other children and adults to understand and learn about autism.Source

It’s called Julia and she’s starring in some online books of the successful children’s cartoon series with the title “Sesame Street”…
The move aims to reduce the stigma of autism and to learn young and old more about autism.
Julia well, it’s a girl 4 years old with orange hair and green eyes, sensitive to sounds and lights. Playing with Elmo, yes, in some activities, they look very much like the swing and the song. In other but are different, such as, for example, the Elmo builds towers with blocks, while Julia puts them in a row.
When it is a friend of Elmo, Abby, initially it is odd to Julia that seems to not respond when you greet or when he asks her to play. Eventually they succeed and the company passes beautifully.
The creators of the program “See Amazing” they hope that the program will help children and families facing autism and other children and adults to understand and learn about autism.
Source

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