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Jigsaw Run raises awareness about autism in central Wisconsin

Disorder affects 1 in every 88 children, causes issues with communication, sensory process, social interaction, experts say

12:32 AM, May 5, 2013
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From rude comments in the grocery store to tens of thousands of dollars a year in medical expenses, Sara Charneski knows how frustrating dealing with the effects of autism can be.

Doctors diagnosed her son, Brayden, 10, with autism when he was 2. The condition affects an estimated one in 88 children, including one in 54 boys, according to Autism Speaks, a national advocacy organization dedicated to raising awareness and educating people about autism. Among the main signs of autism are issues with learning how to communicate, how to process various senses and how to interpret common social ...

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