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Here's today's Star-Telegram print story on nonPareil Institute, a Plano nonprofit training young adults who have autism in high-paying technology careers.
- Scott Nishimura, jobs and workplace reporter, Star-Telegram
(Photo: nonPareil co-founders Dan Selec, right, Gary Moore)
Posted by Star-Telegram at 02:57:50 PM
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I need help with my 33year old son he has degree from tcu finally diagnosed with Asperger he has given up suffers with depression lives at home and has began to stay alone help
Terry stevens |
01/02/2011 at 01:16 PM
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