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... I'm new to this site so apologies if this topic has already been discussed. My 6 year old may be autistic and I dont know what to do. ... (3 replies)
... I don't know much about autistic children/adults but I know that they have the mind of a child and punishing them for not being able to see their family because of something that happened the week before doesn't seem fair. After a child has done something bad they normally forget it 5 min later so to wait a week to punish him by not letting him come home is not right to me. I... (8 replies)
... I would say your son has a gift! Not all autistic kids are musically inclined, but some are. Mine was one of those. ... (14 replies)

... Do you know when you are in an Autistic State and how different are you? ... (38 replies)
... f being a Pastor. I have found that diet is critical. I am on a gluten free, dairy free, low fruit, low sugar diet. And when I cheat on these foods I go into the Autistic state. I have also been involved in the local town plays and had a large part, and hope to be married and have children someday as well. ... (38 replies)
... and managed to talk each other out of suicide on many occasions. Having a close friend who understood my differences through personal experience was an invaluable asset. ... (38 replies)
... l and hasn't been successfully potty trained yet. I think she had a happy family for a while, everything just went downhill after her son was diagnosed. Not that having an autistic child will ruin ones happiness, my sister is just having a hard time coping with it. I on the other hand, still believe that my family is happy. ... (38 replies)
... I can find hardly any literature on autisic adults who are low functioning. ... (1 replies)
... Autism it comes today with a big spectrum indeed and we all have to know that all children with autism are different and not all have the same symptoms. They have more or less. ... (4 replies)
... reak someone elses things!! It's never right to do that what ever the child may, or may not be, diagnosed of. It makes me sooo sad to think of your little fellow having to watch such cruelty. It sounds like she was 'getting her own back' . ... (5 replies)
... Every time he eats foods he shouldn't, he ends up having terrible outbursts, potty training accidents he doesn't have otherwise, and even loss in skills. ... (5 replies)
... hing buttons" yet the other is guilty of allowing them to be pushed rather than keeping themselves under control. By holding both accountable it removes you from having to make a judgement call or play referee. ... (6 replies)
... young adults have experienced gains in some cases. ... (4 replies)
... bout her and I didn't even know my son was sitting right next to me all along with Autism. I didn't even recognize it even though I had spent years working with adults with developmental disabilities and had even tutored an autistic student in college. ... (22 replies)
... The elementary school was aware that the boys were within the Autistic spectrum, however I never shared the actual medical paper work with the school. ... (2 replies)
Please help
Aug 22, 2005
... la of autism again there has to be problems in the three areas i've listed but there are subtle differences in their behaviour ie they develop speech as other NT children do, however their speech is different ie "they talk like little adults". ... (6 replies)
Jul 26, 2005
... I don't know if your son's behavior is extreme enough to be considered autism or not, but I do know that having eye contact and being sociable with adults does not necessarily rule it out. There's a lot of symptoms on the spectrum, and children don't need to have every one of them. ... (10 replies)
New to autism
May 20, 2004
... Aren't children allowed to have differing personalities at this age? ... (8 replies)
... I am 25, female and have recently been diagnosed with Aspergers after a consultation with a UK neurologist specialising in ADD and AS in adults as well as several other things in children, for suspicion of ADD although I guess I knew Aspergers was more likely. ... (34 replies)
Desperate for info
Jul 21, 2003
... Hi.. I just want to add to this post. I have a son, who has just turned 8. He is overcoming a severe speech disorder called dyspraxia. He has been involved in speech therapy since he was 18 mos old. He has sensory intergration disorder : touches everything.. sniffs everything ( but getting better).. I was told by his preschool teacher years ago ( special ed: with a Phd) that... (17 replies)

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