Suzanne Wright talks in numbers. For her, the world is clearly measured in the percentages of children and adults who suffer from the neurobiological development disorder known as autism, and for her those figures speak louder than a thousand words.
"In your [former] country, the UK, the percentage is very high: One in 80 children is diagnosed with autism," begins Suzanne, as we sit together in her suite at the David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem on Monday.
Later on in our interview, she adds that in her native US, it's one out of every 150 children, with one in 94 boys being diagnosed - and in Israel, the official estimate is one in 214.
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