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Following her expulsion from Beaver Country Day School (reports vary on the actual name of the school Grandin was expelled from, with Grandin herself noting it to be Cherry Falls Girls' School in her first book, Emergence: Labelled Autistic), Grandin's mother placed her in Mountain Country School (now known as Hampshire Country School), a private boarding school in Rindge, New Hampshire, for children with behavioral problems.It was here that Grandin met William Carlock, a science teacher who had worked for NASA, who would become her mentor and help significantly towards building up her self-confidence.As the family walks to the car, Diego's men gun down her husband and daughter in a drive-by shooting.
Even so, Grandin states that junior high and high school were the most unpleasant times of her life.
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Bernard Rimland, a renowned American psychologist and founder of the Autism Research Institute.
Completing the checklist, Grandin's mother hypothesised that Grandin's symptoms were best explained by autism.She also invented the "Hug Box" device to calm those on the autism spectrum.