Larry is an artist. Tracy is an advocate. They both have autism and communicate by typing. Pascal and Harvey support them on their mission to increase awareness and understanding of disability. These are Larry and Tracy’s “Stories From The Road”.
Stories From The Road | Chapter Two | “Syracuse International Film Festival”
2016-11-10T10:12:24-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Advocacy, Assistive Technology, Entertainment, General, Video|Tags: AAC, advocacy, all disabilities, augmentative and alternative communication, Augmentative Communication, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Dan Curl, FC, Gerry Wurzburg, Harvey Lavoy, ICI, ipad, Larry Bissonette, Pascal Cheng, presume competence, self-advocacy, Stories from the Road, supported typing, Syracuse University, Tracy Thresher, Wretches & Jabberers|0 Comments
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