Playing with other children, interacting, learning. These are things that come naturally for most kids during the summer, but for some children with autism it doesn't. Communication is hard for children who perceive the world, and respond to it, differently than most. Every summer they have a chance to go to a place where they can hone those skills along with other children like themselves. WGLT's Jim Browne has more:
The Fifth Annual Autism Society Garage Sale is at the Crossroads, near the Galaxy Cinemas on Wylie drive from 7 O'clock Saturday morning until 2:30 in the afternoon. There's no admission.
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