Patricia Kayser, center, during a musical event with several children.
Patricia Kayser, center, during a musical event with several children. Autism and Music Foundation
Patricia Kayser, center, during a musical event with several children. Autism and Music Foundation

Foundation says music can soothe, socialize people with autism

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