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Name: Alex
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I don't really like the effects of rid-lin so if you know of anything else let me know. My child is almost 4 w/ autism so if its appropriate for his age let me know and I would like to know of any side effects.
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Name: Idea | Date: Feb 21st, 2006 3:15 PM
Is your child on a rutine schedule? Autistics generally crave this and can benifit from it. It might take longer until he gets the hang of it but be consistant. 

Name: julie | Date: Feb 22nd, 2006 7:58 PM
put a large face clock on his bedroom wall, next to it put a chart with simple pictures on it telling him what time he sleeps with a picture of his eyes closed. put a picture of him sitting up in bed on the next picture with the time you want him to wake. we used this method with our son in his younger years to teach him lots of new skills such as combing his hair brushing his teeth eating breakfast etc. the process is slow but if you use the clock and picture chart in some other skill during the day and then gradually introduce a couple more then introduce the method to his bedroom, it does work. introducing routine gives stability to an autistic child. good luck. 

Name: postscott | Date: Mar 27th, 2006 12:24 AM
Talk to a neuroligist for your childs sleeping problems. first try contacting a resouce center for autism for any help. You can call indiana's
here is the number: 812-855-6508. They will help a great deed!!!
God bless you 

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