Michael and his mother Marge Schwallie say goodbye after spending Sunday in church at St. Gregory's in Hamilton Sq., NJ on January 21, 2006. Michael Schwallie 43 has autism and lives in the group home; the Sobolevitch House in Robbinsville, NJ. His parents take him to church at least once a month. In the 1960's when Michael was first diagnosed, autism was a relative unknown. Ed and Marge were accused by their pediatrician of "creating" an angry child. Photo by jane therese
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Breaking the Silence of Autism
Michael and his mother Marge Schwallie say goodbye after spending Sunday in church at St. Gregory's in Hamilton Sq., NJ on January 21, 2006. Michael Schwallie 43 has autism and lives in the group home; the Sobolevitch House in Robbinsville, NJ. His parents take him to church at least once a month. In the 1960's when Michael was first diagnosed, autism was a relative unknown. Ed and Marge were accused by their pediatrician of "creating" an angry child. Photo by jane therese

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