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Retro game night caters to children with autism

Each month, Tristan Whitworth, the owner of retro video-game store Game On in Miller Place and Smithtown, hosts a free two-hour game night as a way to provide families with a haven to play together without fear of standing out or feeling different. (Credit: Morgan Campbell)

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