At 18 months, Griffin Hatcher had missed some common developmental milestones. He wasn't speaking by 2. At 3, he consistently ignored other children, preferring to lie on the ground and look at the spinning wheels of his toy car. His pediatrician said the boy was fine. So did another doctor. But Griffin's parents, Molly and Brent Hatcher, insisted on a referral.
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