Well I'm feeling a bit stuck
My son has just turned 6 years old
He has been diagnosed with a general moderate learning disability.
When he started school me and the teachers felt that there was something a bit different with him.
So we decided to go for an autism assessment. He was first assessed by the educational psychologist. Who diagnosed him with a learning disability. Overall the whole autism assessment process took about just over a year.
I received the report from the paediatrician who came… read more
I’ve always felt torn on this. We work toward these developmental goals all the time, and I like to let kiddo just relax and play his way as a break after we work on something. (Lying on the floor, eyes at ground level, pushing cars on the carpet.) It’s so hard to know the balance between making sure I’m offering interesting new activities (spurring growth) and just letting him do what makes him happy. I saw this IG post by Mary Lynch… read more
We are staying home as much as possible for a variety of reasons, but want to help our young child tolerate wearing a mask or face covering. Anyone have success here or tips? My mom made a face mask of his favorite cartoon but he wanted to carry it around like a purse.
my cool likes i love being a autism super hero, i like mine craft, legos, star wars, i love swimming i can kayak, i like music , movies, Disney, paw patrol, nemo, vamprina and sofia and elsa thomas the train hotwheels little marmaid, princesses blocks, bubbles chalk, singing colorling i love boating and fishing too, i like christmas halloween santa is real i have many special needs ok im just me
I recall a former therapist saying she recommended it but I am blanking on why. Anyone here do that and why so?
I find the whole process of getting attached and then burned and the hunt for a new therapist so exhausting. Ive stopped counting but I think we are at over a dozen now. There was a period where someone was quitting every 3-4 months on year bc they were moving, going back to school, changing clinics, etc. Of course I realize this is part of life and all that, I just want to hear from someone who can relate and has put it into words!
Anyone know the best states on east coast that provide services for autistic kids? Aba especially.. im having a very difficult time in NJ no one to help no dr or social worker returns calls. Its ridiculous.
im getting 5 cavities filled ok im getting 4mg of liquid Ativan , triazolam 0.25 mg tablet and laughing gas and being strapped in a papoose board i have autism and spiceal needs its a very long vist over 2 hours ok im going wear shorts cool shirt im asking for a wet proof pad under me in case do you think i will be ok im going be dizzy and sleepy right there most likey using a mouth prop too ant kind support helps be kind or i report you for harassment share your kind comments below