You can see how the signs appeared over time, even before his diagnosis was made at 21 months, and what's he like today.
Quinn's mom, Nancy J Price -- also one of SheKnows' founders -- says, "I have heard so many sad autism stories lately, I wanted to do something to show the other side of the coin." Her goal with the video is to promote autism awareness -- both for an early diagnosis, and to show other people how being autistic often does not mean an emotionless life, devoid of personal connections and a sense of purpose.
Nancy says knows she's lucky -- so far, she's been spared the major temper tantrums and other hard-to-handle behavior not totally uncommon among chidlren with autism. In fact, she calls her son her "joy boy," explaining, "He's such a happy kid, and makes almost everyone smile just to look at him."
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