|It was very hard for both of you. It was very hard to have an autism child in the family. I gave up my job for my son three years ago. He is five years old now. He will go to the normal public school in the coming year. He is smart at reading and math now. It worths it. But a lot of my friends' son and daughter still improve very slowly. |
There are very good forum as below:
can discuss your fear with them. They have a lot of experience there. I am sure some of them can answer your question. ↑
I hear your concern for your son and grandson. You can help your son best by listening to him. If it will cause complications in your life to be able to be with your son, it will be reflected in your mannerisms, and your son needs to hear the voice of calmness and reassurance. You mentioned that your son may be at a breaking point. He needs someone to listen, affirm his feelings and to provide calm. I raised my severely autistic grandson until he was 12 yrs. old, bigger and stronger than me. It's been a long, hard, journey that is not over, I always appreciated having someone to talk with when times seemed unbearable. You can Email me at email@example.com.
Grandma Karen ↑