3 thoughts on “On Autism: Whom to Trust, and Whom to Avoid Like the Plague

  1. I’m sharing this great list because I wish I had had this list after my son was diagnosed with autism at age 3 – would have saved me so much reading time and angst trying to sort the wheat from the chaff!

  2. Since my sophomore year at university (more years now than I should recall) …I have been involved with and working with children with autism…so I greatly appreciate much of what you have posted here via the list…I cannot tell you how many hearts of been broken by those false prophets…again many thanks!

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