When kids are just not their own, family is the only place they’ll stay
When children are just a child, the only thing they can do is look after themselves.
But when their parents are busy or absent, that’s when family becomes the only source of care they can turn to.
And as a result, their well-being suffers, writes family doctor Tim Browne.
The ABC’s Tim Browne talks to the parents of children with autism, with special care for young children.
Topics: autism, health, health-policy, families, families-and-children, community-and/or-society, australia