Son inspires Morris woman to organize autism support group
By Tom Larson
Autism is a more common disorder than people might think, yet what it is remains a mystery to most people, even among those who live with it every day.
That could change locally. Amy Brandt, a mother of an autistic child and a Public Health Nurse for Stevens Traverse Grant Public Health, is working to organize a support group for people living with autism and its "spectrum disorders," such as Asperger syndrome.
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