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James Williams, an Adult with Autism, Speaks about His Medical Issues

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At the AutismOne Conference in 2013, I met James Williams, an adult with autism who speaks around the country, a professional recorder player and music technician, and the author of two novels on autism, Out to Get Jack, and The H.A.L. … Continue reading

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Just Diagnosed with Autism, Now What?

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When your child, likely as a toddler,  is diagnosed with autism, the moment stays etched in your brain forever.  In our case, we were 11 months past regression, in a neurologist’s office, where instead of saying the word autism, he … Continue reading

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My Child Is Not Recovered

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From February to May,  my twins were in a severe behavior treatment program, M-F, six hours per day at our local autism center. It was very hard for me to withdraw them from school for 12 weeks, but ultimately I chose to … Continue reading

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