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"You Don't Have Words to Describe What I Experience" - What Does Autism Feel Like?

The sensory experience of individuals with autism based on first hand accounts. From the Geneva Centre.

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meanreads hi-lo books - 6 books N0116: meanreads hi-lo books - 6 books
Reading confidence for reluctant readers
first base hi-lo books N0117: first base hi-lo books
Clear language and strong storylines!
Charlsie's Chuckle N0118: Charlsie's Chuckle
Share in Charlsie's birthday adventure!
Can't You Be Still? N0119: Can't You Be Still?
Ann goes to daycare!
Nobody Knows! N0120: Nobody Knows!
It's tough to communicate without speech!
Here's What I Mean To Say... N0121: Here's What I Mean To Say...
Ann finds a voice in her computer!
Tubes In My Ears N0123: Tubes In My Ears
An essential book for young patients
Ko Ko Bear's Big Earache 
Preparing Your Child for Ear Tube Surgery N0124: Ko Ko Bear's Big Earache Preparing Your Child for Ear Tube Surgery
Koko helps children minimize anxieties.
Andy and His Yellow Frisbee N0125: Andy and His Yellow Frisbee
For siblings and peers of kids with autisim.
Rolling Along with Goldilocks and theThree Bears N0127: Rolling Along with Goldilocks and theThree Bears
A favorite children's story with a "special-needs" twist.

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Assentive Computer Technology - Using The Touch Free Switch To Click

To use the Touch Free Switch with users with disabilities, just point the camera at an arm, elbow, face, finger or foot. Zoom in or out to capture small or large movements. Select an area in the onscreen video window, then move in or out of the box to trigger a mouse click. Try using it with switch adapted software.

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