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Captain, John M. Sokol

I have worked with Captain Cannata on several occasions. He is a great person with an important message to share. Every first responder should make it a point to attend one of his group's training sessions.

If you cannot get to one of his training sessions, Captain Cannata consulted on our on-line first responder autism awareness and interaction training program @ www.Prevent-Educate.org (or visit us at the Lucas Center @ FDIC)

Sharon Gamache

Bill Cannata will also be giving a presentation titled "Autism Awareness for
Fire and Life Safety Education" on Wednesday morning at 11:00, June 13 at the NFPA Conference and Expo in Las Vegas.

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