Heard on Campus: Curt Warner

“As a parent there’s a lot of uncertainty, there’s still uncertainty. I would say the thing would be ‘ongoing,’ ‘autism and ongoing,’ because it doesn’t stop. It doesn’t end. You can’t put it in reverse. You can’t back it up. You just have to deal with it.”
Curt Warner, who gave the closing keynote speech Aug. 1 with his wife, Ana, and son Jonathan at the National Autism Conference in The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel.

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