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  1. carmen gary says:

    very informative article.

  2. Kalisha says:

    I hope this is were I am to leave the comment about the Autism article. I actually have a nephew whom is autistic and he brightens up the room when ever he walks in, and he is very intelligent, gifted and funny. with the help of his school he is verbal and more outgoing. Early detection is important.

  3. erica chao says:

    my friends son is affected by this

  4. Kathryn Tompkins says:

    I have worked for families that have children with Autism and I have a nephew that has been diagnosed. It scares me that back in 2006 it was 1 in 133 kids and now is 1 in 88. There has to be something environmental that is causing such a sharp spike. I pray that there is a breakthrough in research soon.

  5. Abby B. says:

    Really great, informative article. Thanks so much.

  6. Brenda C says:

    i enjoyed reading. I am not familiar with autism other than knowing of a few people with children who have it. I appreciated the information

  7. Nicole Strunk says:

    I am really happy that there is more and more information available on Autism. It affects so many and everyone should have a good understanding of it.

  8. R Hicks says:

    Our neighbor has an autistic child and I feel for her. It is a terrible disease

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  9. Liz Lane says:

    Thank you for sharing this article with me. I was under the impression that autism meant silent but the article says people with autism can be chatty or quiet. I learned something. Thanks for the information.

  10. Lisa says:

    We need more awareness.

  11. Sue Sattler says:

    We believe that my 5 year old grandson has Asperger’s Syndrome, the drs are going to start testing soon. It can be very exhausting sometimes.

  12. Patricia Edwards says:

    People with Autism can learn to live independent lives with the proper training.

  13. Aisha Holley says:

    Autism is very challenging but it’s great to know that they can still be able to perform like what people do.

  14. Toni says:

    Lately I have begun having suspicions about my son having this but i thought because he talks quite a bit that I must be wrong. After reading this article I guess i need to just take him to the doctor and ask about this. Thanks for the eye opener!

  15. Crystal Kelley says:

    my son was diagnosedwith autistic tendoncies

  16. Hermit Forall says:

    I’ve known people with autism, from high to low functioning. It’s amazing how people can conquer challenges.

  17. Claudia Smigel says:

    Thank you for the information, it is very important that we make People aware of this.I shared this with all of my Friends https://www.facebook.com/claudia.smigel/posts/276421185779066

  18. Kandace says:

    My bf son is autistic, severely, i love him and couldn’t imagine him any other way!

  19. Barb says:

    My Grandson has Aspergers and he has worked in a grocery store for 2 years now!

  20. Alex Montana says:

    Interesting article. I am left to wonder….why is autism so prevalent today?

  21. Mindy says:

    I’m not personally affected by autism but I am glad that there is a lot of information and support available for people who are.

  22. gloria j says:

    son diagnosed with autism…he graduated from high school last year with an A+ average and free 2 year scholarship to his local junior college….the doctors said that he would never caught up to his peers when in fact he actually exceeded them and is an excellent artist and beautiful person also….

  23. Cindy B says:

    Interesting reading. How people with autism who are functional as adults is quite interesting as well. I once read an article that people who major in and/or work in the field of engineering often have a tendency toward a similar type of thinking as those who are autistic. I’m glad you are working towards helping others becoming more aware of autism and what it can mean for those who are affected by it.

  24. nici says:

    This is a very good article. It’s good to know that no two people with autism are the same. So there isn’t a treatment that works for everyone with this disorder.

  25. Kim Reid says:

    Wonderful article – great information to add awareness about Autism.
    Thanks for sharing :)

  26. Paula Gillespie says:

    Great article on Autism. I was not real aware of what all Autism involves so enlightened me on this subject.

  27. Jessica Gratz says:

    Good article. My son has Autism.

  28. Megan M says:

    I thnk that anytime we can learn more about autism, we can be of more support to those we know who have friends or family members affected by it. This was a good article that was easy to read.

  29. Laurna Hamilton says:

    My son is a -3 on the autism spectrum scale and has been diagnosed with Asperger’s, I am glad to see all the people who are trying to raise awareness to understand.

  30. TonyandMelissa Weber says:

    That article was pretty clear…. as parents of a teenager with Autism…. and 6 other children … the day to day is not only hard for him, but for the sibs as well… it’s amazing though what you can do with a lot of research and patience. Jayse has went from borderline classic to Aspergers…. what a HUGE improvement through the years of practicing what we’ve been taught, therapy, and ALOT of love! It’s expensive, time consuming, and at times the MOST frustrating and frightening thing you could imagine.

  31. Lindsay G says:

    very well put article! More people should be educated on autism because there are a lot more high functioning people then society knows.

  32. michelle p says:

    great info. i have a son on the specturm.

  33. LORNA LEON-HUBBARD says:

    My neice is being tested for Autismm and this article helped me open my eyes alot!

  34. LORNA H. says:

    We need more articles like this one to help us, understand.

  35. Jill P. says:

    Early intervention is critical.

  36. krissy w says:

    I know several kids at my sons school with Autism. Those kids are very special and smart!

  37. DUANE says:

    I WORK FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND REALLY ENJOYED THIS ARTICLE! EVERYONE SHOULD BECOME MORE AWARE OF SUCH ILLNESS.

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