|Name: rettsmom | Date: Mar 22nd, 2010 11:04 PM|
|i'm hoping that someone who has gone through what i am about to go through will respond to this post and give me some advice... ↑|
|Name: jengar | Date: Mar 30th, 2010 4:40 PM|
|My son was diagnosed at 4 yr, I recomend gettting The Autism Source Book. It has lots of good info. I would also start out slowly, this is a big change in your life and educating yourself is the first step. Having a good support system is second, I would recomment a gluten free/ casein (dairy) free diet right away. 80% of autistic kids have some level of intolerance to these. It's not easy to go gluten free but there are lots of good websites to help and more and more companies are offering products for people like us. You may not see changes right away, can take up to 3 months to see improvements but its worth it. I would find a DAN doctor if this one isnt ↑|
|Name: Robert Herbert | Date: Aug 6th, 2010 4:08 PM|
|My son was diagnosed severely autistic when he was 2. My son eliminated all of his symptoms and learning disabilities through a series of non-invasive, completely natural treatments that I did with him. He is now 13 years old and he is completely mainstream. His recovery was only because of the various cutting edge therapies that he did. I have put everything that I have learned in 11 years about healing autism into an ebook that can change your child's life forever. I urge you to go howtocureautismnaturally.com and start healing your child today. I know it may sound too good to be true but every child will benifit from the therapies described in my book. Just because the medical community doesn't have a pill to cure autism they say it is incurable. That is not the case and my son is living proof. When he was diagnosed the doctor told my I would have to take care of him his entire life. I refused to accept that fate for my son and you don't have to accept it for your child either. Please read my book and start healing your child today. ↑|
|Name: tasha1011 | Date: Aug 8th, 2010 4:24 PM|
You are not torturing your son. You are a concerned parent who wants the best for your child. You also want answers regarding your son's behaviors. You are a parent (like so many other parents) who want to be sure so you can move forward.
It is hard to pinpoint what your son exactly has. Autism can indeed be confused with other disorders. I'm assuming your son's behaviors caused you to seek further guidance and assistance. All I can say is that you should take a look at his behaviors and see what are the steps you can take to help him. There are different degrees of severity as well as different treatments if indeed he has autism. Talk to your doctor or a psychologist regarding next steps.
Please hang in there. I have a son with autism. Through my blog, I just try to provide insight, tips and education. I also happen to be a school psychologist. You can visit my blog at http://raisingsucautistic.blogspot.com/. I was also in shock when I first received his diagnosis. Although I initially was in disbelief, ultimately all I wanted was assistance with his behaviors and lack of speech. Now I write to help other parents.
Good luck with your son and I hope an answer is provided to you. ↑