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Autism Link Of The Day

A Purdue grad student is compiling information to find the most effective ways for people who have autism to communicate. Because of their difficulties in expressing their wants and needs, some people who have autism spectrum disorder with its characteristics present in a variety of combinations and degrees of severity need to use augmentative and alternative communication devices, also known as AAC devices. Read the whole story here.

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