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Thanks, Robin!

I spoke with the dad this week and also mentioned visuals, so I'm thinking posters, etc. For some time now I've put the workshop signs on the bulletin board; they all have pictures of the workshops. I was thinking of making cards for him to have at home like the workshop signs. I will try to have the workshops lined out a couple of months in advance so they can prepare him.

The preschool he attended had a butterfly garden that Trey liked to go to when he'd get frustrated. We are creating a reading room, which will have a simple labyrinth on the floor. Trey roams when he gets anxious, so I thought the labyrinth might be helpful. (Please tell me if that's a good idea!). Since he likes butterflies, I thought I'd get a butterfly mobile to hang in there also.

Am I on the right track?

Thanks again,
Julie Burton

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