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Tonight is all about socializing our special needs kids! Squag is a new application designed specifically for tweens and teens on the autism spectrum. Squag's goal is to facilitate the opportunity for organic relationships driven by kids, supported by parents. What could be better? An incredible resource to teach social skills, build friendships and build confidence all within the safety of parental controls and monitoring. Join us for a 30 minute interview then jump on over to our Twitter Tweetchat to interact with Sara Winter and the moderators of The Coffee Klatch
On this segment of Positively Autistic: Celebrate Autism Radio Linda and Debra talk to two social entrepreneurs who have started creative businesses that benefit the special needs population. Our first guest is Sara Winter, founder SquagTM [skwag], a curated, online experience for kids on the autism spectrum (and their siblings!) that allows them to initiate, explore, and self-discover. Our SquagpadsTM give parents an opportunity to learn about their kids and give kids a new way to learn about themselves, making screen time more meaningful and giving self-advocacy a place to begin. Then we speak with Robert Thorton, founder of Paper Clouds Apparel. Paper Clouds Apparel is a t-shirt company dedicated to helping raise money for schools, habilitation centers, and learning centers that work with special needs individuals. Both of these companies are employing people with special needs!
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