(CBS4) – World Autism Day on Saturday April 2nd aims to put a spotlight on the hurdles faced by people with autism and their loved ones. A Colorado family from Superior who lost their home in the Marshall Fire says the disruption of losing everything has reinforced their resilience and ability to adapt.
Kristin Davis has five children, works three jobs as a nurse and was on the job when her kids evacuated their home last December. Brianna Meyer fled with her brother Brennan, who has an autism spectrum disorder and requires 24/7 care.
“A lot of our neighbors’ houses were already on fire when we left so I pretty much just picked him up and put him in the car and when we were walking out he definitely looked around and was a little confused,” Brianna said.
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