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Communication Understanding autism

Autism is a brain disorder that affects how people communicate, and how they respond to their surroundings.

Millions of young people live with autism or other kinds of physical or developmental disabilities.

People staring or making fun can be painful for them and their families.

Susan is the mother of three boys. Her eldest son Nat is 16 years old. He has autism.

Get the story of an autistic child and a mother's concerns about reactions to him.

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