The CAT-kit: A Revolutionary Communication Tool for Kids with Autism or Asperger's





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Uploaded on Dec 5, 2007

Exciting new product just released in the US! World-renowned expert on Asperger's Syndrome Dr. Tony Attwood has teamed up with Kirsten Callesen and Annette Moller Nielsen of Denmark to create a powerful yet user-friendly tool that gets straight to the core of the thoughts and emotions behind behavior.
The CAT-kit offers an easy, hands-on way for young people to communicate with adults, and each other.

It's great for:

Parents. The kit will simplify day-to-day conversation and help you deal with inappropriate displays of emotion.

Teachers. With its visual and concrete design, the kit attracts students' attention and can be implemented and cleaned up in a matter of minutes.

Therapists and counselors. The kit allows you to obtain valuable information about thoughts and feelings in an open, non-stressful environment.

Kids and young adults. They love to have fun while learning about
themselves and those around them.

Visit www.catkit-us.com for a tutorial, testimonials, and more!

Check out our new AUTISM UNIVERSITY to watch and listen to internationally renowned leaders in the fields of Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and Sensory Processing Disorder! You can even earn professional credits!

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Be sure to explore a new branch of Future Horizons called Sensory World, which focuses on Sensory Processing Disorder and related sensory issues!

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We can't wait to meet you at one of our conferences!

We welcome parents, educators, therapists, people on the autism spectrum, people with sensory issues, or anyone who could use practical strategies and helpful advice about autism, Asperger's, and SPD.

Keep Smiling!


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