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Flutie Foundation donates communication board for Beachmont non-verbal students with ASD

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  The Flutie Foundation donated a communication board to help non-verbal students on the Autism Spectrum communicate with their peers and teachers. Teachers unveiled the board on Wednesday at the Beachmont School’s natural playground.

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Pictured from left to right: ASD teacher Molly Savage, occupational therapist Kate Malone and speech pathologist Stacey Dascoli.
Students are shown interacting with the sensory board.
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Students made this ribbon on the sensory board.
Shown from left to right: Mayor Brian Arrigo, State Rep. Jessica Giannino, School Committee member Elect John Kingston, principal Christopher Freisen, speech pathologist Stacey Dascoli, kindergarten teacher Molly Savage, special education director Joanne Rizzo and occupational therapist Kate Malone during Wednesday’s ribbon cutting at Beachmont School.
From left to right: Mayor Brian Arrigo, State Rep. Jessica Giannino and School Committee member Elect John Kingston interact with students.

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