A year ago, at the age of two, our son Charlie was diagnosed with autism. The past year has taken my wife Kristina and me on a journey from deep sadness to rising hope and joy as Charlie has made heartening progress in his struggle to communicate with us and others. We know that he, and we, are still near the beginning of a very long road to help him learn and grow through constant work, faith, and love. One by one we teach Charlie the...
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