Dr Shafali Jeste, one of the lead investigators at the UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment, sympathized with Rowe's concerns.
While she has yet to see Atypical, and therefore cannot compare Rain Man directly to the new show, she said her overwhelming feeling is that she is glad to start a dialogue, and she believes people are more understanding today of the nuances of the disorder.
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