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Name: morethanblondie
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My son is 12 years old and moderately autistic. He is increasingly more verbal every day and most of his behaviors are under control. However, he continues to go to the bathroom for a poo, and will eliminate, then stand up, wash his hands even, then just pull up the pants and walk out. This does not seem to bother him in the least. Anyone else having this issue? Any ideas? Thanks everyone!!
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Name: n.thetole | Date: Mar 21st, 2013 8:31 AM
Autism - Mohd

At 1 year old, he was able to say a few words. He grows up like other kids and able to play and laughing with the parents and strangers. After 18 months, his parents realize that his son not react like normal. Suddenly he stops talking and react differently. He likes to be alone and not respond when calling. He becomes aggressive and non sociability. No attention and being in his own world. His father try to search in internet and found out that Mohd has similar symptoms with autism. Then, he has found a website, www.thetole.org and very impress with Chinese Master's achievement in treating the local and overseas patients. He immediately called the centre and inquiry about the treatment and appointment.

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