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Research Autism

One Show presenter and pop vocal coach Carrie Grant makes an appeal on behalf of Research Autism, a charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and outlook for people affected by autism.

As a mother of two children who are on the autistic spectrum, Carrie understands the constant challenges that families have to overcome to live with the condition. She meets mum Lea Flower, whose nine-year-old son Luke has always struggled to sleep, a common problem for children with autism. He is about to participate in Snuggledown, a sleep project funded by the charity which hopes to help children like him sleep and cope better with daily life.

10 minutes

Last on

Wed 25 Apr 2012 13:30
BBC Two except Northern Ireland


Role Contributor
PresenterCarrie Grant
ProducerGavin Ahern
Executive ProducerGary Hunter

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