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"The doctor didn't think there was anything wrong with my baby boy. Something deep inside of me said NO! He doesn't speak, he doesn't eat solid food, he doesn't acknowledge me or his dad. I thought, maybe he's deaf. He would hit his ears and bang his head. So I brought that up to the doctor..."
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"It's been almost 2 years since our diagnosis day. Though I feel like I'm more on top of her triggers and stims, there is so much I do not know. Briley is such a smart little girl and has such a huge personality, but she lacks in her expressive language. She has the best memory of any child I've ever met..."
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Employers around the country are increasingly hiring individuals with autism. And autism experts say this integration into the workplace is critical for those with autism to gain independence and improve their own quality of life."
It's not simply a stereotype to say that individuals with autism can possess astonishing and enlightened talents. For example some with autism are highly artistic; some exhibit heightened memorization abilities; some are extremely adept with miniscule details."
Workers on the autism spectrum can contribute new potential and capacities to a company, thereby increasing not only the organization's diversity, but also its range of capabilities.