Autism is a rapidly growing developmental disorder that affects 1 out of 100 children in the United States.
When parents are given the diagnosis that their child has autism, they often feel a sense of being lost or feel hopeless.
In the documentary, “Walking In The Dark: Finding The Light In Autism” hope is restored. The primary purpose of this documentary is to serve as an educational tool to help parents seek those unanswered questions, find ways to network and to get involved. And, through meeting the families, find hope.
You will come into their lives, their homes, and see how they live day to day. See how they cope, how they search for the best therapies and medical attention they can find for their children. And, most of all, through the eyes of their children, see the hope.
"I believe the film "Walking in the Dark..." is going to be an incredible resource for caregivers of children and adults with any neurological dysfunction. The film lovingly shows families in their everyday lives as they attend to the therapy that has worked best for their child. The film doesn't showcase just one standard treatment option. It shows a variety of resources which have proved beneficial to families and which could prove beneficial to families watching the film and looking for help. The film can also help providers looking to expand the treatment options they offer their patients. But, above all else, the film gives every viewer something that is too often sadly missing in the world....and that is hope."
–Kelly Jackson, Parent
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Available on DVD for $30
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