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Soyoung:  Leave out this strip for now (Skills, materials, kits, donate).

Keep next strip (If you need...) . I'll work on that after my meeting.

Omit last strip (Experts), maybe permanently.

Suggest you make a copy of whole page, then delete the 2 strips from the original, so we can easily retrieve them later.

Skills

In that year, Alex Truesdell, an early childhood teacher at the Perkins School for the Blind in Boston, met Erin, an infant with severe multiple disabilities.

Kits

In that year, Alex Truesdell, an early childhood teacher at the Perkins School for the Blind in Boston, met Erin, an infant with severe multiple disabilities.

Advice on materials

In that year, Alex Truesdell, an early childhood teacher at the Perkins School for the Blind in Boston, met Erin, an infant with severe multiple disabilities.

Where to donate mask

In that year, Alex Truesdell, an early childhood teacher at the Perkins School for the Blind in Boston, met Erin, an infant with severe multiple disabilities.

 

What the experts say

“A custom adaptation can benefit everyone:
the person who uses it, the team who imagines it, the team who designs and builds it, and everyone who hears the stories.”

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