Five years ago, doctors told Mike Shelah that his then 3-year-old son was autistic. That day he added “advocate” to his job list.
“Autism is becoming more prevalent, not less, and there haven’t been a whole lot of breakthroughs,” Shelah said.
To help bring awareness to the disorder, Shelah served on the Tournament Committee for the Pathfinders for Autism Golf Tournament and Awards Dinner. The 12th annual event held at Hillendale Country Club brought golfers and Baltimore businesses together to raise funds for Pathfinders for Autism, an organization that provides information and community support to families with autistic children.View Post