Missouri student is recognized for making strides toward independence

04/27/2010 | Suburban Journals (St. Louis)

Missouri student Cameron Strunk has autism and a sensory-processing disorder that makes it uncomfortable for her to wear certain types of clothing. Cameron, 11, has begun to overcome her challenges with the help of a school district autism specialist, who nominated her for a Yes I Can! award from the Council for Exceptional Children. Strunk accepted the award Friday at CEC's national convention in Nashville, Tenn.

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