Autism

“It was like walking in a wonderland. All I could think was: I want to go back.”
"It's abuse, the torture, and the hell that he was put through," the child's mother said.
"He's silly. I want to play with him." Here's the viral tale of a little girl who wanted to play with another kid because he reminded her of a Muppet with autism.
Sef Scott, a student with Autism, defied expectations in a speech to his graduating class in Plano, Texas.
“If a service dog without a person approaches you, it means the person is down and in need of help.”
"It's clearly despicable," said an attorney for the girl's family.
These venues go beyond skip-the-line passes and online tips.
These books foster awareness and empathy for kids on the spectrum.
For these families, autism can mean triumph, heartache and lots of love.
When her husband suddenly died in 2010, Stella Spanakos felt uncertain about what the future would hold for Nicholas, their
"My daughter can hear and see how you treat her."
1. Parents trigger bad behavior by looking at their phones
Whether you're a parent with a child with autism or hosting a family with one.
We have all seen those heartwarming videos of a child with autism speaking his first words after years of silence, bonding
Kerry Magro knows just how overwhelming the mall can be, especially during the holidays.
"It's been a big shock," his sister says. "He was such a kind person."