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George Timlin, PDA mind map
  • dirtmother
    Posts: 896
    Thank you to the PDA Society for passing on the sad news of George Timlin's death. I never met him (although if our family's life had not taken an unexpected literal turn I might well have) but his mind map was my 'go to' document for anyone new to my son. It was safe (nothing outdated), it was positive, it was creative and practical.

    What an untimely death.
  • Thank you for mentioning the PDA mind map, it is definitely a very useful resource, and I have now downloaded a copy for the team.
  • Holly59
    Posts: 2,586

    Thank you for mentioning the PDA mind map, it is definitely a very useful resource, and I have now downloaded a copy for the team.



    Welcome to the Forum ,

    My condolences to the family at such a relatively young age . What an amazing legacy to leave . Simple to understand and will no doubt be used for many years to come .

    Pat xx

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