With few resources for autistic children, many take matters into their own hands
When her son was 14 months old, Sandy Smith knew something was wrong.
"He was kind of in his own world," the Fargo mother said.
But Smith soon found out she was on her own, too, in trying to care for her newly diagnosed autistic son.
"There is no place to send them," she said about behavioral early intervention programs, ones that would care for children such as her son.
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