Is “Virtual Autism” a reason more children are showing up on the autism spectrum?

ATLANTA – In the 1980s, 1in 2000 children were on the autism spectrum; as of 2016, we are looking at a whopping 1 in 54 children. We may have found the culprit. Let’s talk about Virtual Autism.

What is it? Autism-like behaviors that occur as a result of over exposure to TV and computer screens. Is it a byproduct of the modern age we’ll need to adapt to? Is there a way to mitigate it? Is it even possible in a world filled with TVs, computers, and cell phones?

Join Janelle as she explores this tech-induced behavioral disorder.