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In Their Own Words

When our son was diagnosed with autism, every hope and dream for him disappeared.

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Just the day before Sandy, my colleagues, family, and I were participating in the very first celebrating our first Walk Now for Autism

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This is speech that was given by Kaitlin Phelan, a young woman with autism, at the Greater Hudson Valley Walk Now for Autism Speaks.

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Ryan engages in some quirky behaviors. These range from slightly odd to completely inappropriate.

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Twenty years ago, a young man from Ireland standing over seven feet tall walked through our front door.

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Jonah lumbers in unsteadily, using the tips of his fingers to carry a 32 sports bottle tray of water by its shrink wrap.

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I sometimes wonder if my brother and I are single-handedly keeping the printed yearly calendar business alive.

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My dear friend,

I am so sorry for your pain.

Don’t worry; no one else sees it, I promise. To the rest of the world, you’re fine.

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