How a Birmingham nonprofit is making the NBA more autism-friendly

In 2011, a doctor told Dr. Julian Maha and his wife that their son would probably never speak again – never say “I love you,” never say “mom or dad” again. Their son, Abram, had just been diagnosed with autism.

“All we knew is that this boy in front of

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