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About Casey "Remrov" Vormer
Casey grew up in the Netherlands and immigrated to Montreal in 2013. While he lived in the Netherlands he gave presentations about autism that were very well received by teachers, parents, and caregivers of autistic kids and adults. Casey decided to continue giving presentations in Montreal, which he does on a regular basis. Besides presenting in person, he also makes YouTube videos about autism and shares his life story with people interested in learning more about autism.
To see more of Casey's drawings, visit: www.remrovsartwork.com
You can also see Casey's videos about autism on Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/remrovsworldofautismvideos
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For a friend, family member, or coworker with autism, communication can be challenging. But Connecting with the Autism Spectrum can help you find common ground with expert tips and helpful insights about talking (and listening) to neurodiverse adults so you can make your interactions more transparent, meaningful, and rewarding for all.
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