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May Institute Student Anna Yu Featured on the Cover of Autism Spectrum Quarterly Magazine [Autism Spectrum Quarterly, 04/08/09]

May Institute student Anna Yu featured on Autism Spectrum Quarterly cover

Seven-year-old Anna Yu of Somerville, Massachusetts is a happy little girl who loves music class, musical books, painting, and Play-Doh. Anna attends the May Center for Child Development in Randolph, Mass., a May Institute school for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Anna’s remarkable progress is a testament to her, and the hard work and dedication of her family and teachers who build on her unique and special talents.

The photo was taken at the May Center for Child Development by photographer Andrew Child.

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