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How Phoenix became the most autism-friendly city

Clip: 08/10/2016 | 9m 44s

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Matt Resnik has helped changed the face of autism in his hometown. When he was diagnosed as a child, his parents poured their hearts into getting him therapy, even launching an organization, in hopes he would outgrow his challenges and find his place as an independent adult in the world. Instead, they’ve helped shape the world around him. Special correspondent John Donvan reports.

Aired: 08/10/16 | Rating: NR

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