Parents don’t need to be reminded how much can change in 10 years……your newborn is now in 5th grade, your 6 year old is now driving, your 8 year old is now graduating!!
Ten years ago, Autism affected 1 in 125 children and today it’s now 1 in 68 children. Boys are four times more likely to have autism than girls. Autism is one of the fasted growing developmental disorders. But the statistics indicate, approximately one-fifth of all infants born annually are at risk for developmental disabilities. An additional 20-30% of each birth cohort will require special education services due to social or familial factors such as unresponsive or unstimulating environments.
Is there a cure for Autism? What can I do?
read more on.....April's article on Autism Awareness