3 things about Lego and autism

Sunday, December 2, 2012
* Another reason Lego deserves a place in the pantheon of great toy companies: "Lego tracks down rare train set for Asperger's boy, 11, who saved up for it for two years only to discover it was no longer made."

[279/365] Businessman* And, by the way, that kid no longer has Asperger's disorder. Neither does anyone else, according to the forthcoming edition of the American Psychiatric Association's diagnostic manual.

* A Danish firm that finds jobs specially suited for autistic adults relies on Lego in a big way.Image: pasukaru76 with Creative Commons

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