A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that one in 59 children are autistic. This is an increase from a 2014 estimate of one in 68, and continues to illustrate a rising prevalence of the developmental disorder over the past decade. We will look at the report's findings and the impact of autism in the country today.
- Karen Weintraub, independent health and science journalist, educator, author of “The Autism Revolution: Whole-Body Strategies for Making Life All It Can Be”
- Dr. Marc J. Tassé, director, Ohio State University Nisonger Center
- Dr. Jacquie Wynn, director, Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder at Nationwide Children's Hospital
- Dr. Emilio Amigo, clinical psychologist and director, Amigo Family Counseling