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For the autistic, how to get heard

A book focuses on advocacy

By Bridget Samburg
Globe Correspondent / September 12, 2004

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Stephen Shore understands better than most that not all people communicate their needs in the same way. An autistic adult who functions at a high level, Shore has recently finished his second book that focuses on helping those with autism and Asperger's syndrome, a disorder which many identify as a form of autism, become better advocates for themselves. (Full Article: 493 Words)

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