Passed Over, Brushed Aside

This article is why I do what I do. I have seen first hand how signs of autism that are clear as day to me and my client’s family are brushed aside by professionals. This seems to especially be the case with minority communities. I really want to change this. I want families to be educated and informed, but I also want that for the professionals that see and treat them. Sometimes you have to go beyond the diagnostic criteria and trust that maybe, just maybe, the family has an idea that warrants a closer look.

A family’s yearlong struggle finally results in son’s diagnosis of autism

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