The Ohio State University's Shakespeare and Autism Project has garnered significant coverage in the press. Here is a sampling of what's been said about the program.
American Theatre, The Brain on the Bard: How Shakespeare Impacts Children with Autism
BBC Radio 4, Tempest Adaption for Children with Autism
Columbus Dispatch, "...the fantastic tale and exaggerated emotions, some people think, can help children with autism in everyday life."
Coventry Telegraph, "Kelly Hunter's brilliantly interactive adaptation of The Tempest for children with autism is fantastic fun."
Dramatics, In a Heartbeat
The Epoch Times, Using Shakespeare to Treat Autism Shows Great Promise, Say Researchers
The Lantern, Theater Therapy Through Shakespeare
Quartz, Autistic Kids Are Thriving in "Shakespearean Therapy"
This Week Community News, Autistic Kids Taking Shakespeare to Heart
VSA International, Children with ASD Learn Through Shakespeare at OSU
WBNS-10 TV, Ohio State University Researchers Use Shakespeare to Help Kids with Autism
WOSU All Sides with Ann Fisher, Making the Arts Accessible for All with Special Needs