Apr/May 2023

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(Spotlight Runner-Up!)

Rachel and I look at each other. My daughter's on the autism spectrum. Like most people, her routine has been upended by the pandemic. Before life came to a standstill, she worked at a library. She brought her therapy dog to hospitals, schools, and nursing homes during her spare time. But for the last year and a half, she's been holed up at home and glued to her devices. Sleeping. Swiping. Sleeping. Swiping.

Marlene Olin