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This blog post is by Sara Winter, a classroom aide to kids on the autism spectrum and the founder of Squag.com. She is passionate about creating opportunity for underestimated kids and writes about her experiences with The Huffington Post Canada, Autism Speaks Canada, and Friendship Circle International. She is the mom of two boys and lives in Toronto, Canada.

 

What is Squag?
[skwag] A curated social space for kids 8+ on the autism spectrum to build ideas about themselves.

The Mirror:
The mirror is the anchor of the child's Squagpad™. It is an opportunity for them to self-reflect and create original thoughts about themselves. It is a private, live webcam where they can literally see themselves, and even capture their own image to post in their scrapbook.