You badger her into admitting that she has no idea. As your feet get tenderised, you recall an influential American psychologist who preached that autism is caused by "refrigerator mothers" not loving their children properly. One day you notice he has scored 79, points on a tricky iPad game, Doodle Jump. Others say, "Thanks for telling me" in a consoling tone of voice. Sure, there are times when I find the sound of my own voice comforting, when I'll use familiar words or easy-to-say phrases. If autism was regarded simply as a personality type, things would be so much easier. The child psychologist across the desk has just told you that your three-year-old is "presenting behaviour consistent with that of an individual on the autistic spectrum". A few days later, you hear him sing "Cork 96 FM" — the cheesy jingle of a local radio station, but it is pure music. The principal, whom you've known for a few years, is dedicated, focused and indefatigable.
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