Faithful readers may remember that I already wrote once about Dr. Temple Grandin, but when Rianna from Masters-in-Special-Education.com reached out and asked whether I wanted to share their infographic, I was more than happy to oblige. And hey, I learned so many new things as well! Fun fact – she got honorary degrees from two of my schools (McGill and SLU, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences), so that makes her even more awesome [obviously]. I was also intrigued by the stats on autism spectrum disorder, a topic that I only touched upon in my original post, but which has also been a crucial part of Dr. Grandin’s work. Finally, I especially like the fact that she constructed a hug box for herself (did I talk about that last time?), inspired by a machine that calmed cattle down by squeezing them tightly. The same concept, just smaller, did the job for her – so cool to get in touch with your needs and figure out innovative ways to meet them. Hope you enjoy the infographic as well, and Happy Easter from Iceland!