In 1994, I was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome shortly after my older brother, Trinity, was diagnosed with autism. At the time, an autism diagnosis came with very negative misconceptions. Several doctors told my family that my brother's autism was so severe that he would not likely be able to speak in his lifetime.
My parents were very concerned after hearing such feedback. Despite this, my parents worked tirelessly to ensure that my brother received the care necessary to...
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