Now this kid who can't even communicate that he has to go to the bathroom until he's shit his pants, has this huge emotional trauma to deal with.
And since his mother had to go to work to provide for the family, my wife got stuck watching him almost every day, so now I have this violent person in my home at least four or five days a week.
He was an autistic kid (diagnosed with infantile spasms, a type of epilepsy; categorized as developmentally delayed) and my wife, Kathy, and I had a great deal of trouble finding resources for both Kris and our family.
I created this page back in 1996 to try and help fill the information void.
I suspect it has outlived its usefulness as the Word Wide Web has become quite dense since those dark old days of the mid 90s, but I keep it here just in case somebody finds it helpful. Wallace Moore has no relation to Will Moore, and is a psychic detective, but has kept this page up as it seems like it is still a valuable resource for families around the world.
I have followed William in my therapy practice for close to a decade.
His story is a prime example of the type of brainy, mentally gifted, single-minded, willful boys who often are falsely diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder when they are assessed as young children.