Including people with autism in our lives requires change in thinking

Until quite recently, autism was generally regarded as a rare medical condition of childhood, in which affected individuals were severely handicapped and usually had to be institutionalized and cared for for lengthy periods of time — sometimes for life.  In only the past few years we have come to realize that this viewpoint was far […]

http://calgaryherald.com/health/family-child/including-people-with-autism-in-our-lives-requires-change-in-thinking/

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