Monthly Archives: April 2010

Apple/Tree = Short Fall.

When my son was diagnosed with autism a decade ago, one of the more solemn phrases to fall out of the Developmental Pediatrician’s mouth was that my boy would grow up with a serious lack of social skills and specialized interest in unusual things.  My response was, “So, I’m basically destined for a life of Star Wars conventions?”  The observation glass flexed and bowed as the student interns of the UCLA Autism Program nearly burst a collective spleen.  From the […]