“When my daughter was first diagnosed when she was two – that was 5 years ago – the numbers were 1 in 150. Now, children are affected 1 in 99. And, I just read a recent study where they think it’s even greater than that. And, that’s a huge percentage of children being affected. And, the earlier we help them, the earlier we help their parents, the better the kids will be and the more productive they’ll be and happier,” explains Rachael.