Saturday, July 9, 2011

Dog Helps Open World for Girl with Autism

EDMOND, Okla. -- Experts delivered devastating news about the virtually silent 5-year-old Joy Lauffenburger.
They told her parents that Joy had overwhelming problems.
Borderline intelligence. Delusional. Thought disorders.
And they weren't sure how to fix those problems and others.
"We kind of knew in our hearts that they weren't right. But they were the experts," said Melinda Lauffenburger. "We were the first-time parents."

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