Anna and Sam discover that their son Aaron suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome and are shattered by this news. A Doctor examines Aaron and explains to the parents that Aaron is different, not abnormal.
There was a time when parents were devastated when they realised that their child was born autistic. Research has shown that a proper diagnostic assessment of autism is the first step towards effective help. Children when diagnosed under the age of four can be cured and taught to lead normal lives. Cognitive behavioural therapy can help them learn new and important skills. Autistic children are also gifted with special skills. SILENCE is about one such child. An Autistic child is not disabled but different.