Monday, June 09, 2008

Intensive classes for preschoolers with autism attract families

Backed by her classmates, Natalie Frietag presents freshly baked cookies to Assistant Principal Amy Green at Pointers Run Elementary School in Clarksville. (Sun photo by Doug Kapustin / June 3, 2008)
Baking cookies and other activities help some Maryland preschoolers with autism improve their social skills and prepare for kindergarten. "His confidence has grown," said Sheri Lieber, whose 5-year-old son Ethan has autism. "He has become more independent. He speaks." The Sun (Baltimore)

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