“Love On The Spectrum” is all about a group of young men and women who are all on the autism spectrum, learning all about love and relationships.
“Pablo” follows a 5-year-old boy on the autism spectrum who creates incredible imaginary friends that come to life using his magical crayons.
Pablo, along with his friends go on adventures together, as they help him with his anxiety when visiting places like the supermarket.
The “A Word” is a television mini-series made and based in Britain, all about a family who learns of the diagnosis of autism in their five-year-old son Joe.
They all work together to learn to communicate in a way that is inclusive to Joe.
“Keeko” is a children’s cartoon created to assist with the education and learning outcomes of children on the autism spectrum. Each episode starts and ends the same way, as said in the ‘Keeko Early Education Pack’, this provides an affirming scaffold for viewers.
The show is focused on working with the children watching in their developmental processes and supports them in their owns ways of expressing themselves.
“Atypical” is a comedy-drama Netflix show based on the “coming of age” story of 18-year-old Sam, who is on the autism spectrum and the life experiences he faces through his school and family and his journey into dating as a young boy in high school.
“There She Goes” is about 9-year-old Rosie, who lives with a severe learning disability and how her and family navigate their lives. All the stories and characters are based upon the real-life experience of the show’s writer Shaun Pye, whose daughter was born in 2006 with an extremely rare and, to date, undiagnosed chromosomal disorder.