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06 July 2012


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I'm working on a transition skills project about communicating preferences by choosing things that don't upset you. It stalled last year because the data structures I was using weren't getting at the idea I wanted to look at. You've given me ideas about how to restructure it; hopefully we'll get off the ground this time. Thank you so much for sharing. It really does help all of us.

Kristina Chew

You're more than welcome, plus! Would love to know more about your project. When Charlie is as he was last night, he does tend to keep playing the same bits of music. It is very hard to get him to listen to something different and the music just seems to add to the agitation.

So often, things that he likes seem to evolve into becoming upsetting choices.

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