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Diagnosed with autism at 28 months old, my parents were given little hope that I would ever have a bright future. Non-verbal until the age of 4, my autism presented itself to the world through hand flapping, toe-walking, tantrums, and poor eating habits....Autism does not go away. My family and I learned to not only live with it but accept it.
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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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