Simon Hinson, 7, feeds his sister Lucy, 6 months, as brother Justin, 10, looks on in Lincoln, Calif., in September 2014. Simon was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder when he was 15 months old.
Simon Hinson, 7, feeds his sister Lucy, 6 months, as brother Justin, 10, looks on in Lincoln, Calif., in September 2014. Simon was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder when he was 15 months old. Renee C. Byer TNS
Simon Hinson, 7, feeds his sister Lucy, 6 months, as brother Justin, 10, looks on in Lincoln, Calif., in September 2014. Simon was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder when he was 15 months old. Renee C. Byer TNS

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