Their Disabilities Challenge Their Lives, But Not Their Love
Sometimes finding the right words is a challenge, but loving each other is not. DiFalco has autism — a developmental disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others — and Cansler has epilepsy, a neurological disorder that delays her ability to process information and impacts some of her movements. The Fresno couple met about three years ago at Wayfinders at Fresno State, a program for young adults with intellectual disabilities that teaches independent living and vocational skills. They got engaged in June and plan to be married next fall.
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