What is Autism?
[Source] Kids Health
When Stacey went over to her new friend Chelsea’s house, she met Chelsea’s 4-year-old brother, Shawn. “Hi,” said Stacey, smiling. Shawn glanced at her and said nothing. Then he turned back to a toy he was holding. Later, in Chelsea’s room, Stacey said, “I don’t think your brother likes me.”
“It’s not your fault,” explained Chelsea. “Shawn has autism.”
Stacey wanted to know what autism meant, what causes it, what it’s like to have autism, and more. Let’s find out
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