Dr. Temple Grandin – Farm Animal Welfare and Autism Advocate – on the Next Breaking Free Show (5/22/2017)

Author, speaker and pioneer in the humane handling of welfare of farm animals, Dr. Temple Grandin is arguably the most famous living person diagnosed with Autism.  She joins us LIVE on The Breaking Free Show, May 22, 2017 at 1pm/EST.   Dr. Grandin not only uses her gifts and talents to teach her students at Colorado State University but she also passionately educates the world about Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Join us for a fascinating conversation with someone who is literally changing the landscape, helping people and animals to break free.  Find the show at:  nissancommunications.com.  Our chat lines will be open, so bring your questions and comments!   Let’s keep the conversation going.


  • Hank Hoffmeier

    I caught most of this episode. It was very interesting. Keep up the good work.

    • marilyn

      Thank you Hank for watching the show and taking the time to comment. Dr. Grandin is amazing.

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