Look at Me
Issue 35 | June 2015
Millions of children with autism struggle to make eye contact and communicate with others. They have poor social skills and hence, are unable to develop meaningful relationships.
In South Korea, treatments are expensive and medical resources are limited. The families of these children are ashamed about them and tend to hide their disorder from the public. As a result, many children miss treatment at an early age.
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