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    Posted: 26 May 2010 at 1:59pm
Alot of families have children that have been diagnosed with Autism. This is a section where we can all help each other.

Please feel free to post any chat and advice on this subject

Thank you Big smile

Edited by curlykez - 26 May 2010 at 6:54pm
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My son Jordan is autistic, if anyone has any questions they want to ask I dont mind at all, if I dont know the answer, i am in touch with quite a few specialists who would know. xxx
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My stepson, 11, is autistic too. He has quite a few emotional behavioural problems with it.
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My daughter has been going through the diagnostic process and they believe she had autistic "traits" and a learning delay... anyone else found the whole process completly stressful?
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I have a 5 year old son who is autistic and globally underdeveloped and a 4 year old daughter with autistic traits and globally underdeveloped. .

Crazyabout moo yes it is very stressful it gets better once they get all the help in place xx
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Originally posted by savvymum savvymum wrote:

I have a 5 year old son who is autistic and globally underdeveloped and a 4 year old daughter with autistic traits and globally underdeveloped. .

Crazyabout moo yes it is very stressful it gets better once they get all the help in place xx
To be honest I don't understand the whole process, she's been going through different doctors for the past 3 years and there are still unwilling to commit to and official diagnosis and have just kept it on paper as "autistic traits" ? learning delay?? whats that suppose to mean lolAngry
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To be honest I don't understand the whole process, she's been going through different doctors for the past 3 years and there are still unwilling to commit to and official diagnosis and have just kept it on paper as "autistic traits" ? learning delay?? whats that suppose to mean lolAngry[/QUOTE]

  know what you mean it is a long drawn out process, my daughter is the same she has autistic traits but nothing definate >it drives me mad because I can see that she is different to other children her age but because she holds eye contact she is not autistic ????.

 Have you got any help and support? 
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Originally posted by savvymum savvymum wrote:



To be honest I don't understand the whole process, she's been going through different doctors for the past 3 years and there are still unwilling to commit to and official diagnosis and have just kept it on paper as "autistic traits" ? learning delay?? whats that suppose to mean lolAngry[/QUOTE]

  know what you mean it is a long drawn out process, my daughter is the same she has autistic traits but nothing definate >it drives me mad because I can see that she is different to other children her age but because she holds eye contact she is not autistic ????.

 Have you got any help and support? 
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Haha that's really funny they said the same about my little girl that she has autistic features but she can hold eye contact (if she knows you) which means she doesn't fit the bill? What a crock!
No no support as she's undiagnosed so far, she's on melotonin for sleep :)
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Now i want to say something that I  honestly speak,  my wife also don't understand the whole process, she's been going through different doctors for the past 3 years and there are still unwilling to commit to and official diagnosis and have just kept it on paper. Can you give me some detail about it which helpful for my wife
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