Thanks to her, there are so many "big" things that are now insignificant and so many small things that I celebrate with all of my children.
I felt certain that my milestone-missing toddler wasn't just a "lazy baby," as one doctor affectionately called her. I knew in my heart that she was autistic.
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My eyes glistened under my sunglasses when I saw the positive impact a simple greeting from Billy had on my son.
According to a new survey, 1 in 45 kids in the U.S. has autism. Previously, it was 1 in 68.
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