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4-13-2010 @ 5:53PM
My 7 year old son has PDD-NOS, another Autism Spectrum disorder, and I've been finding that playing warcraft, in a structured and supervised environment has been helping him a lot. His reading has progressed exponentially since he made his "snow rogue" (gnome rogue) as he calls it. He hasn't started typing to chat in game, but just reading the quests to see what he has to collect has been great for him. The beauty of this game is that it keeps the kids interested, whereas other forms of reading and fine motor skill practice just get boring.
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