When Nancy Wiseman noticed her 24-month-old baby girl seemed to have trouble communicating and responding to her name, she took her to her pediatrician's office for an explanation.
But she was surprised that her concerns went unnoticed. Not until Sarah was diagnosed with autism at 29 months did she get treatment.
That was nearly a decade ago. Today, Sarah is functioning like a normal 11-year-old, and Wiseman believes this is thanks to early diagnosis.
"Today, Sarah is more socially related...Full Story