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‘So Rudderless’: A Couple’s Quest for Autism Treatment for Their Son Hits Repeated Obstacles

Michelle Andrews When Sebastian Rios was a toddler, he hardly talked. “Don’t worry,” his pediatrician told Amparo and Victor Rios, Sebastian’s parents. Kids who grow up in households in which both Spanish and English are spoken are sometimes slower to develop language skills, she said. Plus, Sebastian was developing well […]
A digital illustration in pencil and watercolor. Two parents, painted in a pale purple, are visible from the waist down and face away from the viewer. Their toddler stands between them, and they each hold one of the child’s hands. The trio are walking away from the viewer, into an unclear setting. They stand on a luminous maze that radiates out from the child’s feet.

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