Brighter days ahead for children in the dark world of autism

Acorn Staff Writer

EYES TOWARD THE FUTURE-Michael Charney of Agoura Hills was diagnosed with autism at the age of 3.

As if raising a child isn’t hard enough, imagine that yours has autism.
The child you love will be distant and defiant, have trouble learning to talk, or behave in a manner that seems socially awkward and out of place. About half of the children with autism never speak at all and most need full time care.
They might love you, if they even know you.
Bob Charney of Agoura Hi...

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