Joined 11 years ago from Yokohama, Japan
John T Worm is the father of a seve year old boy who is fighting autism. He and his wife could not conceive a baby even after eighteen years of seeing doctors. They adopted a wonderful little boy from Japan. He was developing normally until his first birthday when he began to regress in his development. His name is Isaiah. When he was two and a half he was diagnosed with autism. John T and his wife moved back to the United States from Japan in November of 2007 to seek help for their son.
They lived in California for two years where Isaiah received ABA, OT, and speach therapy. Then in 2011 they moved back to Japan where they live currrently.
It has been a road of much sorrow, much joy, much discouragement, much hope, much faith, and most of all MUCH LOVE and God's faithfulness.
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