I Can't Do This, But I CAN Do That: A Film for Families about Learning Differences Trailer

I Can't Do This, But I CAN Do That: A Film for Families about Learning Differences Trailer (2010)

26 October 2010

Does having a learning disability mean that you can’t learn? Eight children prove that the answer is a definitive 'No' in this documentary. Interviews with kids are intercut with scenes of the children engaged in activities that reflect their talents to form a compelling portrait of the ways in which these young people use their strengths to overcome their challenges.

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