"For kids with autism, every milestone matters and should be celebrated."
For roughly one in 68 kids in the U.S. with autism spectrum disorder, completing seemingly simple tasks can be huge milestones.
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Marcus Autism Center created “This Is Autism,” a beautiful photo series highlighting a group of children who frequently visit the center.
"The photos capture each child's greatest achievement after undergoing therapy," a representative for CHOA told The Huffington Post.
“For kids with autism, every milestone matters and should be celebrated,” she added. “So we set out to capture those special moments ― the little things that they’re now able to do as a family after visiting Marcus Autism Center.”
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To view the photo series and finish reading the full story, visit the Huffington Post: Parents website: http://bit.ly/2qb56et.
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