15 thoughts

  1. Liz Ness

    2008-06-11 08:48:52 -0400

    Wow! That's pretty cool -- thanks for the links Ali!

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  2. Nicky Anderson

    2008-06-11 08:53:40 -0400

    Wow-that is awesome - will have to check it out for Brody!!
    Nicky

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  3. Krista Reymann

    2008-06-11 08:55:53 -0400

    This must be portable to the Mac. I will ask around Silicon Valley and see what folks here think. --Krista

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  4. HeatherStokes

    2008-06-11 08:56:25 -0400

    That is GREAT - Thank you for sharing this link - I just sent it to my Best Friend.
    THANK YOU!

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  5. Tammy Vasser

    2008-06-11 09:06:28 -0400

    Now that IS cool!! Thanks for sharing! And by the way, I really look forward to reading your blog. Thanks for making it so positive.

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  6. Shannon in WA

    2008-06-11 09:47:03 -0400

    This will make such a HUGE difference for so many kids that struggle with all the extra stimuli found on so many kid's websites. I can't wait to share this with my friend whose son is autistic. I'm also going to load it on my 6 year old's computer too. He's always clicking on the wrong thing and this will make things much more enjoyable for him. Hopefully, it will become available for Mac users soon. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  7. Angie - Australia

    2008-06-11 11:04:32 -0400

    Thanks for sharing. Looks very interesting will check it out for Alex.

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  8. Heather H.

    2008-06-11 11:35:27 -0400

    There was an interesting story on Good Morning America yesterday titled Autistic and Proud. I can't paste the link at the moment but it was an interesting perspective.

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  9. Alli

    2008-06-11 14:11:36 -0400

    the zac browser is great, it is so easy for them to use and Alec loves all things it has to offer, I would recommend this for any child
    I found the story here - http://www.physorg.com/news131721196.html and

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  10. Liane

    2008-06-11 14:24:40 -0400

    Thanks for posting on this. YOu are a true asset to the scrapbooking and autistic communities!

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  11. jackie

    2008-06-11 14:32:14 -0400

    Thanks for the link...sent it to my daughter who has a son with autism

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  12. Brad

    2008-06-11 22:24:11 -0400

    Interesting Ali...
    Also - buy this: http://www.vmware.com/products/fusion/ and install XP on it (or Vista if you want) ... works like a champ on your Mac - Windows programs side by side with Mac ones.

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  13. AmyJ

    2008-06-12 01:36:09 -0400

    This looks great! It sounds like in fact, it would help many children who are not autistic too! I work for CPS and have forwarded this on to our regional disability specialist.
    It's amazing how experience autistm has allowed you and this man both to inspire and help so many others.

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  14. Anthea

    2008-06-15 12:13:31 -0400

    Hi Ali,
    Just wanted to say thanks for the browser tip, the kids love it.
    Anthea

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  15. Bren Yule

    2009-02-12 05:27:37 -0500

    Hi Ali...I'm sure you've read all there is to read on the subject of autism. Besides being an enthusiastic kindred scrapbooker, paper crafter, vintage dealer, container freak...I am also a music therapist and work with children. Not sure if you've ever considered a music therapist working with your son using music to acheive non-musical goals, but in my training, I also heard about a gluten-free diet for children as also being benificial. Just a thought a wanted to share. Happy New Baby girl! hugs, bren an avid fan

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