Sunday, June 15, 2008

Father's Day carries special meaning for football player

Texans offensive lineman Scott Jackson was devastated when his son Tyler was diagnosed with autism, but after a year of behavioral therapy Tyler has progressed. "When he said, 'Daddy, I love you,' it was unbelievable for me," Jackson said. "Once he learned how to use words as sort of tools, that was the biggest breakthrough. Because before, he'd just scream, and we didn't know what he was screaming for." Houston Chronicle

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