A road dancer has spelled out how becoming on the autistic spectrum has improved his skill to dance.
Jamal Sterrett, 24, from St Ann’s in Nottingham, performs a fashion regarded as bruk up, which originates from Jamaica.
“Dancing, form of, gave me a character or a persona that I could get dropped in,” he reported.
“It can be like no other feeling in the planet.”
Tom Purser, head of strategies at the Countrywide Autistic Modern society, explained: “We know plenty of autistic persons who are unbelievably creative and have a deep like of dance, performing, music or portray.”
Video journalist: Alex Thorp
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