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I spent most of my life in and around New Orleans, where I practiced law for several years. The life of my family changed forever when my son regressed into autism after a round of childhood immunizations. About a year post-Katrina, it became clear to my wife and me that the inadequate services our son received prior to the storm were now non-existent. So we moved to the Midwest, where I took a job in a related field. With better access to both biomedical interventions and traditional therapies, our Little Rankster has made incredible progress.
Attending the Autism One Conference through the years has been far more than just educational (although the education alone is worth the price of admission); it has been inspirational. The bonds that have been forged through AO are among the strongest I have ever known. It truly is a community I am proud to be associated with.
And check out Injecting Sense: The Radio Edition, on the 28th of each month, only on AO Radio.
Program Archive: http://www.autismone.org/content/injecting-sense-3