Being an Advocate for your Child with Autism: Daily Reality

Autism Reality As a six-year veteran of autism, I have gained some hard-won wisdom. When my ten-year old son Clark was first diagnosed with autism, I felt overwhelmed. Slowly and with difficulty, we worked through the challenges of diagnosis, therapy, education, and much more. More experienced parents advised, You have to be an advocate for your child. In this video, I share what that means – the daily reality of fighting for your child, and why only you can do so and must.Presented by Trusera, the online network where you can find and share real-world experiences with others who have been there. Autism Awareness starts with Insight, Understanding and Inspiration. Every Day. Come. Listen. Share.

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