Families adjust to autism diagnoses

A three-part newspaper series follows upper New York state families as their children are first diagnosed with autism, attend school and then struggle to live independently as adults. "You don't want to sound mean or bad," said Dale LaPoint, whose 25-year-old son has autism. "But the disability is overwhelming."

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