It may be difficult, at first, to deal with an Autistic person, but, the “bonuses” obtained from dealing with them far outweighs avoiding them overall. Tree hand semicolon choose to keep going. Should be everywhere school especially some people just think the person is weird we expect ASD people to conform to being so called normal wtf is normal anyway we except other disabilities it makes me angry
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You should have someone to help you for starters. We, like you, have a nonverbal autistic toddler, but we get help, well my son an his girlfriend get help about twice a wk with a numb of tasks. An the people that come in are very very good with her. Don’t you receive any help of any kind? Because I automatically assumed, that as parent of an autistic child, whether they be verbal or none verbal, Tree hand semicolon choose to keep going. needs a lot of help so that eventually, the parents learn ewhat they have to do for their child an learn how to cope with the disasters an welcome the living hugs, when they do start to give them to you. None of us know anything about autism when we are suddenly presented with this bundle of joy. An then further down the line u are told there is s.thing wrong with ur baby, and ur life falls apart. We all need help an guidance, and esp professional guidance, because lets face it, I’ve u have never been brought up around autism, ur not very likely to know much about it.
Keep your cool with us!
I just hope that all the people out there, receive the help that they are entitled to, and sometimes one of the help you need is money. An there should be no embarrassment putting in for that, becos u have to have it for ur son or daughter, to be able to buy all the stuff they obviously need. So good luck to all the people out there, it is a necessity, not a handout.
I would add to the first point: writing each step down or having a picture schedule can be very helpful. I worked with a young man who had an auditory processing delay and his teacher objected to giving him a written list because she “didn’t want him to become dependent on a written schedule”. I asked if she had a Day Planner, and of course she did.