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Name: KatieUK | Date: Dec 1st, 2012 11:05 PM
This is how things started with my son. I thought he was a slow learner, then he was just a bit wild with poor concentration, then he was diagnosed with delayed comprehension and it has took until he is 7 for him to be diagnosed and it seems so obvious now and I feel angry that I didn't know this and let him down. PLEASE SEEK HELP. Take care 

Name: Grandma Karen | Date: Jan 13th, 2013 8:35 PM
Jessica,
Your son would probably bebefit from a picture schedule of his day, so that he can understand it. Discipline or yelling does not help children who do not understand. Therapies are helpful and faith is essential. God bless all of you.
Grandma Karen 

Name: Gilly11 | Date: Feb 10th, 2013 12:03 PM
Hi Jessica.
My 2 year old was just diagnosed with Autism. You really just have to have him seen by a Pediatrician psychologist. My son was talking 10 - 15 words when he was just 1. Now he has no speaking part at all in our home. Sometimes, i just would just say he was lazy, we talked for him. We knew what he wanted. We have just started sign language, because he had invented his own recently. As they get older, they regress some also. We are into more phobias, such he can no longer ride in an elevator. Great when your doctors are on the 11th floor. And please, don't compare him with your nephew or any other child. Too you he is a normal son, and lots of one on one, and you will be the best mom in the world. Bless you and your family. God thought you were the perfect mom for this child, or you would not have him. I am new at this, keep in touch. I might need your help. Judy 

Name: greenkidd | Date: Jan 28th, 2014 8:47 PM
Sorry I know this thread is a bit old, but I've been wondering about my 3 year old lately. She doesn't show any severe signs of autism, but there are "quirks" that make me think she may possibly be somewhere on the spectrum. When she's excited, she'll kind of shake/flap her hands and she has a thing with her ear, neck and belly button where she will play with them, to where it looks like they are soothing motions for her. She does sometimes rock back and forth when she's sitting on the floor (all the while playing with her neck or ear or belly button). She also seems defiant, but I don't know if that's a side effect of an autistic condition. Verbally and action-wise she seems like a normal 3 year old but there are some quirks that make me think there's a touch of Autism or Asberger's somewhere. Opinions? 

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