How a Child with Autism Was Able to Recover Through Therapy

As a child, Jake Exkorn went through the intensive therapy called applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy.
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This is how Nightline viewers first met Jake fifteen years ago. He could not talk he could not make eye contact he could not follow an instruction. And it was in all of the videos his parents made back in 1998 when the two year old Jake was going through an intensive therapy called applied behavior analysis or ABA. Which has become a standard treatment but was not well known that. In some small number of cases there is recovery from autism. Rent the air over it are going to be on. And you feel about. Doing good really this is being. I am Collins Hank Hill. Doing good. It's not something that thing I don't. Say hi I'm Kate is that all that little you're OK with people knowing that there are absolutely.

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