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Awareness

We had worked so hard. I had participated in nearly 400 hours of the therapy in my home and learned with the team how to teach my son, how to be his voice, decode his language, be his advocate, be tough sometimes, push him to reach his full potential, and teach him to always say please and thank you.

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“Autism cannot define who you are, only you can define autism. I have autism so I know especially, and I ended up the captain of my high school basketball team so I can relate to this message.”

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Xander doesn’t wear a cape or swing through the city on a spider web, but he always gives a heroic effort.

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“Please be kind to my parents and patient with me… I have autism and we’re all doing the best we can.”

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Because he does not speak, and most likely never will, my son Dominic and I communicate through music.

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He begun with A New Hope, Empire, and Jedi, (as he should.) Then he wanted books. He read and read. What parent would put a stop to that? Literacy AND quiet? Win. Then it happened…

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