Penn State Autism Conference Shows Language of Friendship
October 20, 2011
By Autism Society
During the 2011 National Autism Conference at Penn State, a unique program teaching children about their peers with autism was highlighted. A puppet show called "The Language of Friendship" is teaching children about autism. Kimberly Bennett, an educational consultant, created the innovative program designed for youngsters between the ages of 5 and 12. She shared the information during the 16th annual National Autism Conference held at Penn State. Watch the story about this presentation here.
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