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Enda Dodd and his wife Valerie had relocated the family to California in 2003

16th April, 2017
Enda and Valerie Dodd, co-founders of Animated Language Learning, with their sons Conor and Eoin Aengus McMahon

By the time Enda Dodd found himself in the office of Disney Pixar founder Ed Catmull in 2012, his quest to find help for his twin sons Conor and Eoin, who had both been diagnosed with nonverbal autism, had already taken him and his family from their home in Galway to the west coast of America.

Dodd and his wife Valerie had relocated the family to California in 2003 in search of cutting-edge interventions that, they...

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