Multi-Sensory Tools for Autism – Lois Jean Brady and Matthew Guggemos, iTherapy LLC

behavioural sciences, health and medicine

For children with autism, communication can be a challenge. Drawing from a wealth of clinical experience, speech pathologists Lois Brady and Matthew Guggemos at iTherapy, LLC are developing innovative, engaging multi-sensory communication tools with the aim of improving quality of life for individuals with autism.

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