Recently, I came across a TV segment, online, that spoke with the Conn family of Lincoln, California that has two sons with autism. On the segment, the California mother set a superb example of how a parent can set a positive outlook for children on their own diagnosis. I found this to be outstanding because to often people are either opening sad and disappointed by the diagnosis or try to bandage it up in various ways. Please view this clip from KCRA 3- Sacramento, California and share your input with the other readers.
When asked to describe her children autism, the mother explained “The look very typical but they don’t half the time understand, perception is way, way different. If a baby is crying next them they will not do anything. They will not help the baby, they hear the baby, but it doesn’t sound like anything to them, at all. They just don’t care.
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