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The Importance of Hope and High Expectations for Kids With Autism

When we first received Dominic’s diagnosis of autism at age 2-and-a-half, my first thought was of him as an adult, sorting paperclips into boxes.

I thought he would never talk. I knew nothing at all about autism. I did grow up with a neighbor named Tommy who had intellectual disabilities and he would visit our home frequently.

This was the 1970s when those with disabilities were separated in school and many parents were told to institutionalize their children.

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