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Has anyone had success with oxygen therapy?

posted about 4 hours ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Its suppose to help with the brain swelling that a lot of autistic kids experience.

posted about 1 hour ago

have any asd parent had to alter there child bedtime due to dayl light savings time

My son has a hard time sleeping at his regular bedtime because the sun is distracting to him and it makes it hard for him to go to sleep at nigh so i had to have his bedtime from 8pm to 9pm because the sun does not set until 9pm sometimes

tags: change in bedtime during the summer

posted about 10 hours ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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I adjust the time in 15 minute increments 2 weeks before. Do a couple of days at the same time until the time is adjusted to what the regular bedtime is.

posted about 7 hours ago

How to order diapers


I live in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We just received forwardhealth card (Wisconsin Medicaid) for my son(7 yrs old) who has ASD. We'd like to order diapers
with this card. I heard the company that supplied diapers is called J&B Medical Supplies.

My questions is, is there a formal process to order diapers from them? or I just go to their website to place the order like we order stuff from Amazon?


tags: forwardhealth card Wisconsin Medicaid

posted 1 day ago by A MyAutismTeam User

I am not sure about specific companies but in general if you need something paid for by Medicaid you have to get a prescription from your doctor first. The doctor will… read more

posted 1 day ago

How Do I Make Them Understand?

My five year old granddaughter will run and keep going if she's not watched every second when outdoors or on an outing. Her mother found out the hard way when Tina bolted from her side on a family picnic at a waterpark. Up until that moment we knew nothing about elopement and the fact that almost half of children with autism will place their lives in jeopardy by leaving a place of safety and wander into danger.

You would think the people who work with autistic children would know… read more

posted 1 day ago by A MyAutismTeam User

"The playground was fenced but there were children constantly opening and shutting the gate. Tina ran towards a group of people and proceeded to slap each person she… read more

posted about 19 hours ago

Meds for parents/caretakers

What medications help you as a parent? I feel like I need something to cope

posted 2 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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The only thing our two sons is currently on is Melatonin . It is as you know a natural hormone . Since taking it They have slept better resulting in a calmer behavior… read more

posted 1 day ago

Housing n rental assistance.

Most of the kinds Dr's are in Jacksonville, Fl.. I can't keep driving back and forth, I'm looking into moving to Jacksonville or Ponta Vedra.. Are there any kind of assistance programs out their ESP for single mothers?? I hate to say it but I can't do it on my own and need help

tags: florida housing Rentals Financial assistance

posted 2 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

The Section 8 listing is closed but should open up again next year so keep a look out once a month checking out I think it is, or something similar to that.… read more

posted about 11 hours ago

How do you handle a child on the spectrum that can't pass high school?

My son is 17 and failing school. He stopped going late last year and I got him into online public school but he is overwhelmed again and not doing his work. In Michigan they make special needs kids take all of the same classes the "normal" kids take. There is no GED just a Certificate of Completion (but you still have to take the same classes). We are both at our wits end. I knew college wasn't in the cards but high school? What will become of… read more

tags: high school GED failing drop out

posted 2 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

Here in Texas we ended up having to test him and give him his GED because he refused to do his school work. It was a really hard year but basically decided to just get… read more

posted 2 days ago

Irregular bowel movements

Not a nice topic perhaps but I very much need advice and some thoughts here.

Our 4 year old daughter will go days (week) without having a bowel movement.
Her eating might slow down a bit but usually she still has a good appetite.

At times it may be a control issue for her. Its her body and she can control whether or not to go.
She still wants a pull up in order to have her BM , although sometimes she has been known to sit on the toilet.
She's usually not constipated which her doctors… read more

tags: Best potty training tips Toileting

posted 2 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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I was going to say probiotic too! Its worked wonders for my kids!

posted about 3 hours ago

Bitting my pregnant belly

My son has bit my belly before with my other son Amearè and I Try stopping him and say no bitting my pregnant belly. His father would be the on stop him and told him not to do it. Now the father is Mia must of the times and visit a few times. When Jamear bit me on the pregnant belly and I say no he does not do it again. But the next week he will do it. It's had four times this mother. What can I do to stop him?

tags: Bitting my pregnant belly

posted 2 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

Puppy for my son with ASD?

My son is 2 1/2, non-verbal, and a bolter.... Anyone have any experience with ASD kids and puppies? I found a Aussie Border collie mix that I want to get and train for our boy. Hoping it will help& at least give him a companion. His siblings are much older.
Thoughts? Sanity check?

posted 2 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

My nephew was 3 the first time he met my puppy. They became fast friends and he actually started showing less stress and more calm. When I moved away, they found a… read more

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