Autism And Police: My Plan To Protect My Driving-Age Son (And Yours)

On diagnosis day, or “the Never Day,” a pediatrician rattled off an exhaustive, hope-starved washing list of things he would “never” do: rise language, attend a mainstream school, have suggestive friendships, play group sports, drive, self-advocate, live on his possess or contend “I adore you” unprompted. It was a harmful and suffocating day.

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