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Autism Talk TV – Episode 13

This is a guest post by Alex Plank, an autistic adult who founded the online community Wrong Planet. Alex is a graduate of George Mason University.

Autism Talk TV is finally back from our extended holiday hiatus. This week we’re interviewing Bud Fraze, president of Playability Toys. We met Bud at the ASA conference in Dallas and instantly hit it off.

Bud shows us various toys he’s created for children with special needs. You’ll get to learn about a Buddy Dog, a Rib-it-Ball, and a Brain Gear. Playability Toys are designed to stimulate an autistic child’s sensory needs.

We originally wanted to include Bud’s interview in our famous toy episode, but decided he deserved his own show. Aspergian girl and production assistant Kirsten Lindsmith is guest hosting this episode with me. You may remember her from the original toy episode.

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To watch this video on Wrong Planet visit here.

  1. Ellenora Hurt
    February 8, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    This is great.So many children can benefit from his great creations.It also gives parents extra tools to help with sensory needs.

  2. Mary Donham
    February 9, 2011 at 1:05 am

    Thank you for making this interview available – interesting info presented clearly,
    thoroughly, in a friendly manner. Love the creative thoughtful toys!

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