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January 17, 2007

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mcewen

I may not be up to date on the science, but I do know that one of my two boys [who have autism] have an uncanny ability to mimic [apart from the echolalia] which has proven to be very a beneficial element in his therapy, despite the gross/fine motor issues that impede his progress. I think this is also connected to Kinesthetic learning preferences that other parents may find useful.
Best wishes

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