Over the past 60 years, autism rates have risen from 150:1 to 65:1 in most of America. Interestingly, the Amish population seems less susceptible. What is this strange syndrome, and what causes it? How does it look and feel to be autistic? Some say it is a different form of awareness to be embraced. Bring a potluck dish (or a donation) to the Palermo Community Center on Turner Ridge Road on Friday, August 26th at 6 p.m. Join friendly folks for fine food and thought-provoking discussions–for free! For directions or more information, please call Connie at 993-2294.
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