Former Seahawks running back Curt Warner shares stories about his family’s experiences with autism for the closing address at the National Autism Conference in August 2013 in State College, Pa. Curt was joined by his wife, Ana, and oldest son, Jonathan, as they talked about the family’s twins, Austin and Christian, who have autism.
Former Seahawks running back Curt Warner shares stories about his family’s experiences with autism for the closing address at the National Autism Conference in August 2013 in State College, Pa. Curt was joined by his wife, Ana, and oldest son, Jonathan, as they talked about the family’s twins, Austin and Christian, who have autism. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times file, 2013
Former Seahawks running back Curt Warner shares stories about his family’s experiences with autism for the closing address at the National Autism Conference in August 2013 in State College, Pa. Curt was joined by his wife, Ana, and oldest son, Jonathan, as they talked about the family’s twins, Austin and Christian, who have autism. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times file, 2013

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