‘Autism: I see the potential’ T-shirts were worn by people all over Pike County last week as part of Work the Shirt 2014, an Autism Awareness Month campaign held each April 2 which is also World Autism Awareness Day.
According to the autismspeaks.org website 1in 68 have autism. Its an increase from the last pole. It increases each time it is taken. Having a child with autism and knowing Mrs. Dennis personally I give her many praises for bringing awareness to the small town of Pike County. Its parents such as herself that are dedicated not only to her children but to bringing awareness to small towns such as ours that make the differences they do. Thank you Deborah!!!
I stand corrected on that number, Dwain. I was merely pointing out that the Amish people, seem to have something worth investigating.
Personally, too many preservatives in processed food and too frequently prescribed medications are the primary differences I see between the two distinctly different societies. I say these two because even the Amish must contend with whatever the government is sending with the millions of chem...not con...trails.
Absolutely, Thank You Deborah and everyone who tries to solve these awful tragedies that our children suffer.
Sorry if I offended you, Sir. That certainly was not my intent.
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