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Message to Transforming Autism Subscribers
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29th September 2016

Dear Subscribers


 
Just a short one today (I know I only sent one the other day) to let you know that the website has just been redesigned and now has a new look.

Please check it out and let me know what you think.

Everything is still there, but some sections have a new heading.  The blog is also there, but you need to choose it from the menu at the top (or from the option on the home page).  The new site gives more prominence to the aims and objectives of the Transforming Autism Project.

I look forward to your thought.

 
Best Wishes

Guy Shahar
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