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It's Never Too Early

"Our son Eli was born healthy. Around 6 months old we noticed some quirky body movements. He'd be very upset when he wasn't in his infant jumper. He'd hop all day if we let him. When he was 12 months we knew something was going on as he wasn't meeting milestones: no pointing, waving, or words."

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Autism Struggles, Triumphs

The doctors diagnosed me in June 1998. They said I couldn't talk, walk, be potty-trained, and they gave my mother the recommendation of placing me in an institution. My mom stood up to that doctor and told them that she was keeping me no matter what...

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