CBeebies gets its first animated TV show on autism
CBeebies is a British channel of the BBC network that promotes learning through play for small children.
The channel has now come up with its very first animated TV series with an all-autistic cast.
The new show is called Pablo and shows the real-life experiences of autistic children.
The animation has been created with the help of young autistic writers and children with autism.
The show depicts the everyday struggles and anxieties of autistic children in a fun and light manner.
The show is one of its kind and focuses on children with autism.
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