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Just give him the train, dog, air conditioner, Batman, etc.

Posted on October 30, 2014 in Autism

I thought you would all enjoy this great picture that my friend and colleague, Dr. Jennifer Naddeo, shared with me last Halloween.
Staff dresses up in cosutmed based on student interests and fascination

One of the teams she supports works with several kids on the spectrum and the staff on this team all dressed up like the fascinations of their students! As Jen put it, “the kids were in awe”!
This makes me want to thank a teacher today. How about you?

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