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Music therapy

Close to one million children on the autism spectrum are enrolled in U.S. schools. Geoff Barnes, who works as music therapist for the Campus School at Boston College, has written a book that depicts the emerging relationships and abilities that … Continue reading

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Love and baseball on the Cape

A new novel written by 1986 Boston College alumna Kristin Moyer Waring combines family, autism, baseball, and love. On the Mound tells the story of the daughter of a New York baseball tycoon who travels to witness a 19-year-old pitching … Continue reading

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Vocation in Autismland

Author James T. Fisher will discussĀ  “A ‘Fallen-Away’ Catholic’s Monastic Vocation in Autismland” on Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. in Devlin 101. Fisher is a professor of theology at Fordham University and an autism advocate. His research interests include the … Continue reading

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