Most Badges Require Speaking, but One Boy Scout with Nonverbal Autism has Earned the Highest Rank

Most Badges Require Speaking, but One Boy Scout with Nonverbal Autism has Earned the Highest Rank

Most Badges Require Speaking, but One Boy Scout with Nonverbal Autism has Earned the Highest Rank 599 400 Dave Zambotti

July 22, 2019

Becoming an Eagle Scout would be hard for anybody. Learn how one boy with nonverbal autism used alternative methods to get the badge.

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