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[slideshow:2, order=top, width=585, height=500, img=|http://www.autismspeaks.org/sites/default/files/docs/korea_comm_church_street_signs_1.jpg|||We arrived in Flushing to make our presentation to the Korean American Church Association of Greater New York at the New York Cho Dae Church (대뉴욕지구한인교회협의회 정기 총회에서의 발표를 위해 우리는 플러싱에 있는 뉴욕초대교회에 도착했습니다)||, img=|http://www.autismspeaks.org/sites/default/files/docs/korea_comm_megan_and_someone_with_materials.jpg|||Megan and Christina with Autism Speaks materials in English and Korean (배포될 자료를 들고 서 있는 강-이 박사와 메건 맥커티씨)||, img=|http://www.autismspeaks.org/s

“Our child – soon to be a teenager – has autism, and there are times when we find ourselves in a true behavioral crisis. What can we do besides call 911?”

So important is this question – and so broad the situations and options - that we’ve invited two experts to provide answers.