One of every 88. That's how many American children are classified as autistic... essentially double the rate of just a decade ago. Is the increase real - or are we just better at diagnosing autism? There are experts who argue either way - and some who maintain even that number is missing some kids who suffer. Join Rick Jackson Monday morning for a look at identifying who is at risk for developing autism.
Dr. Jim Harris, Founding Director, Developmental Neuropsychiatry Program, Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Max Wiznitzer, Staff Pediatric Neurologist, Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital
Dr. Izy Boyle, Medical Director, Monarch Center for Autism, Bellefaire