Joey is just now beginning to understand the world around him. After seeing progress using applied behavior analysis (ABA), Joey's mom Kristin now helps other families who have a child with autism.
When Kaleb was 18 months old, it seemed like all the words he learned were slowly slipping away. A diagnosis before age two put Kaleb in front of the right doctors early, giving him the best chance at a brighter future.
By the time Samantha Fotsch was a little more than a year old, she had nearly lost her ability to speak. Her mother Deborah, a nurse, said things were progressively getting worse, and after endless calls and referrals, she ended up at Marcus Autism Center.
Kids are kids—even when they have autism. This is something that Katherine Carter and her family knows firsthand. In addition to juggling work, housekeeping and raising two teenagers, Katherine and her husband are raising Charlie, an active 9-year-old diagnosed with autism.
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