From April 6th, 2009

Cedar Hill Boy’s Story Sparks Hope, Skepticism in Autism Community

By JESSICA MEYERS / The Dallas Morning News The twiggy boy who greets strangers at his Cedar Hill home with a handshake and an impish grin bears no resemblance to the toddler who shied away from contact, screamed when he had to walk down the stairs and spent hours staring at the ceiling fan. Roman Scott’s cheerfully innocuous disposition belies the whirlwind he’s stirring in autism circles. He’s the subject of his mother’s book, which claims he overcame the disorder after her intensive 2 ½ -year training program. Raindrops on Roman was released this month in conjunction with Autism Awareness…