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A Tribute To The Unsung: Dana, her ilk and autism

May 17, 2016

We invited Dana, a tall, elegant Special Education teacher, to our peer-supervision meeting where we psychologists- teachers  must discuss clinical cases to ensure that we stay on track.  We sat around a table loaded with delicious snacky food: sushi and finger-size sandwiches and sliced vegies waiting to be dipped. After about ten minutes of eating and small talk, I asked Dana about her work. Rewarding rapport She smiled broadly. “I love teaching kids with autism. The rapport’s huge and every…

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