'Trapped in a World' considers personality and individuality though the exploration of one person's life with autism. This is a lifestyle that is not always comprehendible to those outside of it, and therefore one that is easily stereotyped against.
Those with high functioning autism have trouble communicating their own needs and finds difficulty in forming relationships. Everyday actions, that a non-autistic would not think twice about, may cause distress.
Examples of this include entering a new room, walking over lines in the pavement or going to a supermarket. A trip to the pub involves three beermats representing each beer and giving a timescale so as to not suddenly just leave.
This individual is 47 years old living in a small home of three men cared for by the National Autistic Society. With distinctive features of care individually structured and specially coordinated these gentleman can live a full life with responsibilities and a purpose, while also having fun.