What's an autistic and suicidal young man to do when he's too dangerous to live on his own — but his IQ score is too high to qualify for state care services? To find out, videographer Caleb Bryant Miller spent a day in San Angelo with Cameron Maedgen and his adoptive mother, Karen Bartholomeo.

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