Tread carefully, but there are important gains to be had. One of the hardest decisions to make is whether to introduce pharmaceuticals into your child with autism spectrum disorder’s (ASD) life to help him/her with the myriad of symptoms and complications that can make life very difficult for your child, his/her caregivers, teachers, and your

“Always trust your gut!” people tell you throughout your life. Maybe I don’t trust mine enough, but in mid-March of 2017, it was practically grabbing me by the ears and shouting at full volume about my toddler William, who was in a silent crisis. You see, William’s baby brother George became hospitalized with a serious

in Personal Narrative by Alex White