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Name: m6688k
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Hi everyone, I have a 6 year old nonverbal autistic son and a 3 yr old daughter. I'm searching for a team of dedicated moms with a passion for autism and helping their kids move forward. Together we can help motivate each other and bounce ideas around. My hubby works long hours so I can be a sahm. Some days are easier than others. I have tons of knowledge and feel like I could do so much more with the proper support team. Please contact me... No one is alone is their journey yet we all feel that way at times... [email protected]
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Name: m6688k | Date: Jan 18th, 2010 9:23 PM
Hmm, I'll try this one more time... I'm looking for moms that want to work / play with there children in need of an online support program. I see so many of you looking for support or need help dealing with unwanted behaviors. You aren't alone, so why go at this alone. Autistic children have difficultly making sense of the world. They need lots of interaction from their parents. Parents need lots of support and encouragement. If we could all bounce ideas off each other and motivate one another to move past those barriers it would do our children a wonder of good. 

Name: mush300 | Date: Jan 26th, 2010 12:49 AM
sounds like a good plan..my wife and i tried doing the same thing ..its so hard getting a support group off the ground..we would love to share any ideas with you, i look forward to hearing from you..mike 

Name: m6688k | Date: Jan 29th, 2010 9:23 PM
Hi Mike how are you? How old is your child? There is a world of possibility if these children are motivated and guided in the right direction. Who better to do so then the childs own parents... Every minute we are with our son is a moment to teach him something. Nothing is forced. And who is to say what limitations are unless you try. My 3 year old is awesome in motivating our son. 

Name: tasha1011 | Date: Jul 20th, 2010 11:26 PM
For those of you feeling alone, I promise you are not. My son is now 9 years of age and he is performing wonderfully in school, involved in clubs and socializes with friends. And yes, he has autism. I have been giving tips and suggestions to parents at my blog http://raisingsucautistic.blogspot.com/

Read it. Hopefully it will help. 

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