May 01, 2019
The participant had reflux and some difficulty feeding after birth. Around 4 months old, his parents noticed that he was having difficulty meeting some of his developmental milestones. He had poor visual tracking, vocalization, and socialization. He has made slow but consistent progress since then and is now able to crawl, hold objects, pull up to stand, and clap. He is currently nonverbal but is able to communicate with some signs.
At 3 years old, the participant was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. He currently receives speech, occupational, physical, and applied behavior analysis therapy.
Clinicians and researchers have identified the following genetic change to be causing the participant’s symptoms:
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