Let's Fix It

April 2010
HealthLeaders Magazine;Apr2010, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p8
The article discusses the case of Trevor, the son of the author who has Asperger's, a term for high functioning autism. Through the help of his family members, educators, therapists, psychologists, and medical professionals, Trevor has been able to cope with his disorder. He is an example of the improvements that a person on the autism spectrum can learn to cope with early intervention and much help from an interdisciplinary team.


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