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January 06, 2011

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JMD

Unfortunately, the same can be said about TV shows and movies -- little or no representation of kids with disabilities, especially neurological disabilities. What also irks me is that some movies portray kids with neurological disabilities (socially inept Aspies) as the bad guys.

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