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Help Ex Wont Give My Son His Meds.
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Help my ex wont give my son his meds on the weekends or vacation time he has him. so my son goes days without it and comes home more upset and violent with his sisters and me. I have try to talk to his father about making sure that he gets it but got told that he can give it to himself which the doctor says no because of where he is on the spectrum. I have tired talking to DFCS where I live and got told they cant do anything because I have the child most of the time. What else can I do because… read more

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If your son is capable at all I would get him a watch that has specific alarms for his medication. Get him set on a schedule and have him go to his meds and take his meds with you. Do this at home… read more

Can An 18 Year Old Autism Section 1 Junior In High School Get Food Stamps And SSI?
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They took away all outside time at lunch, and made a 20 minute study hall, and 19 minute lunch. Not bad for mine because she takes her own.

Anyone Use Power Of Attorney Instead Of Guardianship? I Have Had A Notarized Letter Signed By My Daughter And As Won't Take It.
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My brother and my husband both printed POA off of the internet and my Husbands included medical something or other. Notarized and works great for elderly care. Not sure about our kids yet. I… read more

Having Another Kid Ivf Or Adopting?
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My son just turned 4 today and is a only child. I'm 44 my wife is 46. She is thinking of doing ivf or possibly adopting so my son has someone to care for him in the future? I feel he may be on the high end of the spectrum? How do adults do in life with autism? I know this is a difficult question to ask since the spectrum varies so widely. With autism growing so much I hope there are measures in place so they are not discriminated against when they are older. Thank you all in advance for… read more

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I get it.. we had a second child because we didn't want our first to be alone. But we always wanted more than one kid. We have many issues in our family and never thought they would be in both… read more

Rolling On The Walls...
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How do you transition an 11 yo from rolling his whole body on the wall. He doesn't do this all the time just when he goes down the hallway. He loves it and sometimes he doesn't because he knows he's not supposed. Once he starts you can't stop him. He'll go back and forth a few times.

He is high functioning ASD, ADHD, Sensory seeker and behavior issues.

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We did OT once and it was a very upsetting experience. He has stopped rolling on the walls...I'm not sure why he was doing it. Still it stopped for now. At the time I think we were very busy and… read more

Travel And Behaviors
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Anybody have ideas about chillin in airports? My 20 year old is going to Alaska- cross country with us to visit her brother! She loves to engage people by poking or stepping on their feet- yikes!

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We traveled the Alaska Canadian Highway several times. AKA the Alcan. My autistic child taught himself to read by being provided with lots of brochures and finding them along the roadway along with… read more

When Did You Start Noticing Body Odor With Your Son?
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When did you start noticing body odor with your son? When did you start having him use deodorant?

A MyAutismTeam Member

My son has said the same thing to me. Have you found any research?

How Does Your Child Voice Their Dislike? Looking Higher Functioning K-3 Kids That Don't Want To Leave Home Or Go Out Much.
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My daughter has a weird way of vocalizing why she prefers to be at home and never to go somewhere new. She particularly does this more if there is a surprizing change to her schedule or routine. I just got a weird take on her vocalizations from a specialist.

To me she trying to express sensory overload.

She also goes into shutdown in public places with too many people.

A MyAutismTeam Member

I think as a parent we know more then the specialist. As special as they are they don't see your daughter 24/7. I also think some of the best doctors are the best because they skip the hard issues… read more

Does Anyone Know Of An Art Therapy Program In Baltimore, MD?
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How bout in southern Nj. I've been looking too.p

How Can I Help His Transition From Bus To Home Less Difficult?
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So for the past few weeks my son has been coming home from school and the second he gets in the house all hell breaks loose. Seriously it's like Jekyll and Hyde. I got him off the bus and he was happy and I was asking him about his day. When we got inside the door, his 2 year old sister came up to him and said "hey, we're watching Frosty!" He yelled and pushed her and screamed "No, don't talk to me!!". So I took him to his room and told him to hang his coat up and he threw a major fit and… read more

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We do snack... yes this happens a lot... not just when he gets home from school but anywhere he has had to be good. Now he is good because he knows he is in front of other people and when you come… read more