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In need of residentail treatment for young adult daughter for asperger's and severe anxiety/depression

Can anyone recommend a residential treatment place for a young adult female (18) with mental health issues, severe anxiety, depression? All of the treatment places I have found are for young women with eating disorders or alcohol/substance abuse, which is not the group she needs to be with at all. She's very young compared to her peers but very much in need of mental health services but by someone who… read more

tags: mental health aspie young adult residentail treatment

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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Welcome to MAT. I am sorry I cannot answer your question but I wanted to make sure you are aware that some doctors are specialized in helping by improving the health… read more

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Where to live for BEST autism services (child and adult)

Hello all! I was hoping some of you could share your insight. Our toddler was diagnosed with autism a year ago. We live in TX and don't have much reason to live here (we are not originally from TX, family is scattered throughout the country). I'm trying to research the top 3-4 locations/states to consider for moving for our son's long term future (i.e. therapy/education for his childhood and resources/programs for his adulthood). We want to move somewhere we… read more

tags: relocate

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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The best states are in the both for the most part. MA and NJ pretty good. I live west of Boston close to the RI boarder and the services here are good. I never… read more

posted 2 days ago

How do you deal with young adults that wander?

Last night my 18 year old autistic non verbal son got out and we could not find him. He had crossed a very busy street and went into a liquor store and got a soda and candy. When we called the police people had already called to report someone walking in traffic. I was so terrified. How do people handle this? He will not wear an id bracelet.

tags: night wandering non verbal

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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@A MyAutismTeam User That sounds so scary for you !! I was on Etsy, and saw some nice products for identifying people with autism. There was a set of temporary tatoos… read more

posted 2 days ago

Status by "My Team" on mobile app?

@A MyAutismTeam User in the near future will there be the opportunity to sort updates by "My Team" on the mobile app so we can check in on our people? :) MAT is so great, but I find I only have the time to access it via mobile device most of the time since autism parenting keeps my hands full (and my crazy 3 year old) and there are some functions that don't work on mobile - hard to sort by "team", view posted attachments, etc. Thanks so much for all you do!

tags: MAT Mobile

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

Hello @A MyAutismTeam User - the mobile app is being updated and should be released soon. I'm not sure if that's one of the updates that's happening but I will pass… read more

posted 3 days ago

Speech therapy in San diego

I have a 3 yr old son who's nonverbal. His speech services ended with the regional center when he turned 3. I was wondering if anyone could recommend a company here in San Diego that I can set him up with :) thanks in advance!

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User
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Your insurance will cover speech services. No need to pay out of pocket. Not local but hope you find what you're looking for

posted about 17 hours ago

Music therapy in Irvine

I am looking for music therapy services for my 4 year old son on Spectrum. He loves music and recites a couple of nursery rhymes by himself when watching on IPad. His language is emerging and would like to try Music therapy. Have heard about Kindermusik in Tustin and McKee Music therapy services in Irvine. McKee Music services fees is exorbitant. They charge $100/hr. Any one has any recommendations? I believe insurance does not cover Music therapy services.

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

How often does your child wander or run away?

I am a student at Florida Gulf Coast University and I am currently designing a product for my senior class project in Entrepreneurship that helps track wandering or lost children with autism. I was wondering if anyone has any stories or input that could help me with research! I am mainly in search of seeing how often your child runs away or wanders...More specifically asking:
How often they become lost?
What security is in place at home?
What products do you currently… read more

tags: wandering younger kids running away Adult Autism Support safety

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

My son wondered away from school many times, and at Home several times. Eventually I got him a phone and utilized the tracker on it. But back in 2003-2006 It was more… read more

posted 3 days ago

My son is almost 2 and a half, and tomorrow is his first Neurology appointm

Since he turned 2 back in February, he's had 2 different teams evaluate him, and both have concluded that he shows res flags in all areas minus his motor skills. We have been having in home, behavioral therapies twice a week and are still waiting to find an at home OT, to begin sessions with. Since tomorrow is his first Neuro appt, I was wondering what the process is like? And also curious as to how long an actual diagnosis takes to be… read more

tags: #diagnosis

posted 3 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

Has anyone had any real, noticeable, success or disappointments with giving ASD children iodine supplements?

tags: nutrional supplementation

posted 4 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

there are foods that you can fix for your child like yogart and potaotoes organic raw chesee and organic navy beans and organic strawberries that are rich in iodine

posted 3 days ago


Who has read Autism Breakthrough? Worth reading??

posted 4 days ago by A MyAutismTeam User

I just ordered that book on Amazon. I haven't gotten it yet. Seems like it could have some useful information.

posted 3 days ago
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