The ruralities of autism
In this eye-opening talk, Dr. Amy Price Azano speaks up for rural families who live with developmental differences such as autism. Many current therapies for autism require frequent visits to doctors and specialists, with plenty of online research to boot. But the realities of rural life -- remote homes, few doctors, bad internet -- make it too difficult for families to get the treatments and therapies that can help kids thrive. She says: It's time for that to change.