Winston McKenzie wants government to do more for autistic children

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Winston McKenzie wants government to do more for autistic children

The former boxer and reality show contestant Winston McKenzie - who has an autistic son - says the condition is often misunderstood in the black community.

He's calling on the government to involve charities more in their strategy for children on the spectrum.

We've been speaking with him as he visited a Willow Dene School in Greenwich where severely autistic children are being given a groundbreaking type of treatment called 'Autism Movement Therapy' . 

 

 

 

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