Wretches and Jabberers is a 2010 film about two men on the autism spectrum, Larry and Tracy, who set out on a global road trip to change attitudes about disabilities. Read the synopsis of the film HERE. Both Larry and Tracy have blogs that they contribute to. Find out more about these two amazing advocates below!
Larry Bissonnette is an individual on the autism spectrum and an advocate and artist who lives in Milton, Vermont and has had his work exhibited regularly both locally and nationally. Larry is one of the featured artists of the GRACE (Grass Roots Art and Community Effort) project based in Hardwick, Vermont. His paintings are shown in various art museums and private collections. You might recognize Larry from the film Wretches and Jabberers, in which two men (Larry and Tracy) with autism set out on a worldwide road trip to change attitudes about disabilities. Find out more about Larry through his blog.
Tracy is an individual on the autism spectrum who began typing to communicate in 1990 and was one of the first individuals with autism at Washington County Mental Health Services (a community-based service provider) to be introduced to it. He has presented at local, statewide, and national workshops and conferences. He has consulted with local schools, is a member of the Vermont Statewide Standing Committee and has worked for the Green Mountain Self-Advocates in Montpelier, Vermont. In Vermont, he mentors teenagers and adults. Most recently, Tracy has consulted at Syracuse University as a lead trainer. You might recognize Tracy from the film Wretches and Jabberers, in which two men (Larry and Tracy) with autism set out on a worldwide road trip to change attitudes about disabilities. Find out more about Tracy through his blog.