A pioneering experimental play and drama scheme in Folkestone, is helping those children who have autism. A recreation of a space pod, with puppets, light and sound, encourages the youngsters to communicate.
Kevin Harrison's report includes interviews with Rolan Rouse who has been using the space pod, Dr Melissa Trimingham from the University of Kent, and the Assistant Headteacher of the Beacon School where the project is based, Lynda Evans.
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