Bur Dubai-resident Anila Gonsalves’s life changed when her older son Michael was diagnosed with autism at the age of two. “We were lucky to catch it early. The principal of his nursery and day care was the first to observe it and she immediately let us know that there could be a problem. At that point in time he was not responding to his name, had no speech, and loud sounds would not deter him,” Anila says.
“I took my time to digest the news. There were a lot of sleepless nights, crying and thinking how do I fix it?”
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