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January 20, 2005

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lorraine drake

HI WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED I WOULD LIKE TO FIND OTHERS WITH ASBERGERS CONDITION TO FIND A FRIEND FOR MY 36 YEAR OLD SON WHO IS LONELY ALSO I NEED A BREAK LORRAINE DRAKE

Lauren Levinstim

It is a great idea to give college students an opportunity to learn more about asperger's first hand, and to give people with asperger's free assistance. Through programs like this, there is a lot of information being gained by everyone. Maybe now, in the future, people will have a better understanding of asperger's and autism.

Rachel Schmitt

I really think it's excellent that you set up this program for people with Aspbergers. It will benefit everyone, not only those that have Aspergers, but those who don't have it and want to learn more about what it is. I personally have never really been around someone with Autism or Aspergers, but I think if I did I would be better off. In case I am in a situation with someone who has autism or aspergers, I would have a better idea of what to do,and why they were acting the way they were acting. It really will be a beneficial program.

kara gallagher

i agree, lets use what we can while its there. educating others in the community is an excellent way to get people to realize the differences thats there as well as a way of helping ones with the disorders. having students use this for an applied psychology is a good way for them to learn about it as well as for their future. it is something i would enjoy doing as well.

Ben Gropp

This program sounds like an excellent way to give every student the same chance to do just as well as the next one. I don't understand by BU would make people with a handicap or disorder pay extra fees just to get the same treatment that other people get who don't pay any additional fees. This definitely is a step in the right direction.

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