Growing up in Yonkers N.Y., Jason Ross was always diagnosed with something.
The diagnoses began with speech delay, followed by attention deficit disorder. Next was "psychosis not otherwise specified." Obsessive compulsive disorder also joined the ranks.
Finally, at age 25, Ross was diagnosed with high-functioning Asperger syndrome.
In the years before his diagnosis, Lois Ross, Jason's mother, says his condition confounded every medical expert they saw.
"We were told for a brief time he...Full Story