Study Testing First Medication To Treat Autism
[Source: Disability Scoop]
Children and teenagers with autism face challenges every day fitting in with friends, classmates and others in the world around them.
“My perspective is that people with autism are different, just like every other human being — unique, one of a kind,” said Dr. Roger Jou, a psychiatrist at the Yale Child Study Center who treats and works with those on the autism spectrum. But they often feel lonely, unable to find others they can relate to, he said.
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