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Jonah Trimble, 8, wants the tram to go faster during a trip on the people mover during a free monthly event called the Navigating Autism program at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Saturday, May 3, 2014. Volunteers and MSP staff help guide families through security checkpoints, quiet areas, play areas, restrooms and gates, and even board a plane to "Funsville" before leaving the airport. (Pioneer Press: Sherri LaRose-Chiglo)

Growing number of organizations trying to accommodate people on the autism spectrum

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ST. PAUL -- Cathleen Zelinski was eager to visit her family in North Carolina but didn’t know how she would manage the flight with her granddaughter, Aleena. Zelinski and her husband have raised the now 4-year-old since birth. Aleena is on the autism spectrum, doesn’t speak and wanders off.

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