For families of children with disabilities, the economic downturn means paying for often expensive, life-altering therapies and treatments is even more of a stretch. For one Seattle area family, whose income dropped by two thirds in the last year, the hardest hit is their 6-year-old son with autism. That’s because they can no longer afford the behavior therapy that helped him acquire language and stay calm at school, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. To read more click here.