President David Rosenof in Sun Sentinel 100

April is National Autism Awareness Month and the perfect time for each of us to learn about this disorder which can impact the normal development of the brain in several areas. One in 68 children in the U.S. lives with autism; Boys are diagnosed four times more often than girls. Awareness is important, but equally essential is acceptance of individuals who have been diagnosed with autism, many of whom have exceptional abilities in visual, music and academic skills. More than 70 percent of adults living with autism want to work, but are unable to secure employment opportunities. Learn more at www.autism-society.org. Read