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Shakespeare Program Helps Autistic Kids

Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 7:14 AM

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The many issues of dealing with or raising children who suffer from autism are well documented. Breakthroughs always seem to be treated as perhaps the one answer that will unlock so much of what we don't know. Now there is a study here in Ohio that's showing progress in communications - using some of the work of William Shakespeare.

In this edition of the Tuesday Check Up, ideastream’s Rick Jackson talks with reporter Brie Zeltner of the Plain Dealer.
She says it is an encouraging program that originated in London, England.
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