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Autism speaks at JB Charleston

The Sole family has one daughter and two sons. All three are enrolled in the base exceptional family member program. Eight-year-old Xander (back row third from left) has Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder as well as multiple learning disabilities. Carl has Autism Spectrum Disorder in addition to epilepsy, cerebral palsy and intellectual disabilities as a result of periventricular leukomalacia. The Sole’s youngest child Phillip (center) has speech and fine motor delays.



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This work, Autism speaks at JB Charleston [Image 6 of 10], by SrA Dennis Sloan, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.13.2012

Date Posted:04.19.2012 08:05

Photo ID:561581

VIRIN:120416-F-LR006-119

Resolution:3927x2158

Size:5.71 MB

Location:CHARLESTON, SC, USGlobe

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