For Some Autistic Children, Swimming Provides an Outlet

The Autism News | English By Bill Oram | The Washington Post When Justin Etherton reached the end of the pool, he didn’t execute a flip turn like the other boys in his 14-and-under 50-meter freestyle race. Instead, he lifted his body from the water and pushed himself back in the other direction, resuming his clumsy, determined strokes. By this time, the five other swimmers at the Fallsmead community pool in Rockville had already finished the heat

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For Some Autistic Children, Swimming Provides an Outlet

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