Living with the 'opposite to autism'
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Newbridge boy, three, living with Williams Syndrome

Meet three-year-old Harrison Evans from Newbridge, Caerphilly county.

He has Williams Syndrome, a condition which has been described as the "opposite of autism" in children.

Youngsters with it tend to be empathetic, social and endearing, but as adults they often struggle when people do not know how to react.

His parents, Sarah and Scott, want to make sure he gets the support he needs.

  • 20 Feb
  • From the section Wales
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