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WEBSITE WEDNESDAY: Autism and The Art of Communication

Posted on May 30, 2012 in Autism, News

I just discovered Sheila Bell’s clever blog today and could not wait to pass it along to all of you.

Check it out if you want to learn more about helping students communicate via art and drawing (so many creative ideas). You can also drop by her Facebook page and website. You will find addresses for both on the blog.

Comments

  1. From Sheila Bell on 30 May 2012

    Thanks Paula!

  2. From Carole on 1 Jun 2012

    Thanks for sharing that wonderful site. I am having a great time exploring it!

  3. From Beth Walsh on 1 Jun 2012

    Sheila has a contrarian, quirky, funny and brilliant view as to how to best help people with Autism communicate. Thanks for giving Sheila’s work the recognition it deserves.

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