LAS VEGAS -- Autism is rising at a previously unprecedented rate.
In March, the Centers for Disease Control revealed that one in 50 children have some form of autism.
In Las Vegas, families are exhausted and discouraged trying to seek help.
A new program at Positively Kids Clinic, however, has been developed to give those families the help they need all in one spot.
The program, started by Dr. Rooman Ahad, is expected to save families months of headache and heartache searching for help.
Richard Conti knew something was wrong with his son, but couldn't explain it.
"It was heart-wrenching," Conti said. "He wouldn't talk. He just didn't have any vocabulary, and then got very frustrated."
His 9-year-old son was diagnosed with auditory processing disorder, also referred to as dyslexia of the ears.