Etobicoke Centre

T b - 9 years old

I remember sitting in the Drs office. T was 2.5 yrs old at the time. She was sitting in her stroller rocking back and forth, not minding anyone in the room. I remember her Dr saying “I’m sorry, your daughter has Autism”. We knew after doing some research and seeing the red flags. T did not play with friends or speak like the other 2.5 yr olds we knew, but hearing those words made it all real. She was diagnosed in the moderate to severe category. I had no real idea what this all meant or what would be next. I ...

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