By Ronit Molko ForbesBooks Author
“In a nascent field like autism, where we are just beginning to understand etiology and treatment, the positive impact on outcomes could be significant.”
This could be heady stuff for those of us in the autism community. If you’re like me, your head is swimming with ideas about how this could work for autism – and how it could go terribly wrong. We need to be especially careful not to attempt to “fix” those with autism. It’s one thing to use technology to diagnose and treat earlier and better, and to allay some of the effects of autism that interfere with the ability of individuals to function. It’s quite another to fundamentally change who someone is.