Peter Batten recently received the Winston Churchill Award in Australia for his work with children who have Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), a mild form of Autism that impairs social development. Mr. Batten, a former business executive, now teaches a class for children with AS in Canberra. The award allowed him to travel to the United States and the United Kingdom to visit AS programs in those countries. Among those Mr. Batten included in his application was Isaac Kight, President of the Asperger Society.
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