Sugar Grove teen helps launch Scouting group for those with special needs
SUGAR GROVE – Richard Williams was nearly 15 years old when he found out he had autism. That discovery changed his life.
Williams, a Sugar Grove resident, and his family had known of some issues for a long time. There was frustration when he couldn’t achieve certain tasks. His motor skills weren’t developed properly – for instance, it took him longer to learn to tie his shoes.
But instead of the autism news being something to dread, it was something to embrace, Williams said.
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