Children diagnosed with Autism or neurological problems struggle with communicating with their parents. Even telling them if you're hungry or need to use the bathroom is a struggle.
A program called Sensory Integration at Thomas Hospital is helping autistic children how to learn. Sensory Integration also helps other disorders such as ADD/ADHD Attention Deficit Disorder, Rhett Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and premature children.
The Dyno Box also known as the Dynomyte System, is also another helpful tool for children to express themselves. The system is made by Dynovox Systems and for more information log onto www.dynovoxsys.com.
Each system costs approximately $6,500.
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