What you will read in the following pages is not a definitive work about autism. It is one grandfather’s reflections on his grandson’s autism, born out of years of friendship. You will leave this small volume with an idea of what Charlie’s family has done to try to help him deal with his autism, but more importantly a sense of what Charlie, himself, has accomplished. And, most of all, you will be reminded of the joy that comes from meeting others where they are, helping them in their mission to be their best selves and allowing them to show us our own best selves. In the brightness of that understanding lies hope, for those with autism and special needs, and for those of us who share our lives with these truly special people.
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