Andrea Barber, 31, pushes her 3-year-old son Cody on a swing. Her sons Corey, 7, (left) and Camerin, 10, (right) play on the swings in the foreground. Andrea moved to a township northeast of Pittsburgh in August 2016 after discovering there was lead in the paint of her former house in Larimer. (Photo by Ryan Loew/PublicSource)

Andrea Barber’s son Camerin has always been “hyper,” as she puts it.From his first day of grade school, it seemed like Camerin, who is now 10, could never concentrate on what the teacher said. At first, Barber explained it away as childhood exuberance. But after he finished the first grade, Barber, 31, had a revelation about her oldest son:

“He couldn’t read anything, he couldn’t write at all.”

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