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AspieWriter ASKPERGERS Lost_and_Tired my favourite is dealing with autism is like trying to fold water

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired fun and frustrating at the same time! πŸ™‚

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired it’s something I say to parents of a young asd child people treat it like a problem to be fixed

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired but they are not broken just different so you adapt to it and try to do the best you can

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired I agree. We have tried to give our son coping strategies to stay safe in the NT world … tbc

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired but never tried to make him less autistic – to get on top of the challenges and embace the positives

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired yeah learn whatever tools are necessary to help when my son was younger

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired we used makaton and used pecs a bit he went from non verbal at 4 to extremely articulate at 7

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired and adapt to more age appropriate tools where possible as they grow πŸ™‚ ASK-PERGERS was my sons idea

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired our children have so much to give and we learn from them every day πŸ™‚

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired there are lots of things you can do to help him and you but he’s allways going to be autistic

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired and may be the world is a better place because of that …. πŸ™‚

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired my son really is a blessing he’s so loving it’s infectious everyone who comes into contact with him

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired absolutely if we give these kids the tools they need there really is no limit on what they can do

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired the challenges can be overwhelming but like your son, mine brings such beauty to our lives πŸ™‚

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ASKPERGERS AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired I believe if we support our autistic children some of the big breakthroughs will be made buy them

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red_hugh AspieWriter Lost_and_Tired I’m sure you are right! πŸ™‚