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How to Prevent Meltdowns and Tantrums in Aspergers Children - Asperger and Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Step-by-step Program Proven to Help You Get Well!: Rodger H.

A letter to teachers assisting Aspergers child in academic setting.  I have used this outline EVERY year!

A letter to teachers assisting Aspergers child in academic setting. I have used this outline EVERY year!

I am SO this mom. They may not like me but they damn sure better respect me and my child!!

They may not like me but they damn sure better respect me and my child!<<< this is SO my mom (my brother is nonverbal autistic)

ADHD, Autistic or Sensory Processing Disorder? Definitions, Facts, Checklists, Resources.

ADHD, Autistic or Sensory Processing Disorder : Could your child have sensory processing issues? 1 in 7 children have some sort of processing deficit. So they're not really naughty kids at all.

Autism and communication- Social skills: noticing when repetition is communication

Autism and communication- Social skills: noticing when repetition is communication>> THANK YOU. Somebody finally said something about autistic people. I'm gonna send this to my family so they can better understand me.

i am so tired of shitty parental sob stories about how “hard” it is to “raise” (read: beat the divergency out of) an autistic child or whatever. do you know what’s harder? being the divergent child of parents who you’ve already let down by virtue of existing in a way they didn’t ask for. putting up with years of neglect and abuse because you’re just not good enough for them, you weren’t what they were planning for or expecting.

This really hits hard for me cause my friend is currently dealing with neglect and abuse from her parents

This chart is good information about meltdowns. *** But please remember that adults with ASD have "meltdowns" too, although they are very different***. As an adult it's not possible to throw a tantrum so the issues shown on the diagram manifest differently. (And differently in different ASD adults.) What's needed is acceptance and helping that person decompress and destress before a meltdown happens. --  http://www.theautismdad.com

This chart is good information about meltdowns. *** But please remember that adults with ASD have "meltdowns" too, although they are very different***. As an adult it's not possible to throw a tantrum so the issues shown on the diagram manifest differentl

As with almost any neurological or mental health disorder, the symptoms or signs of autism may appear in neuro-typically developing children to some degree. When the symptom becomes more severe, more frequent, and/or more problematic for the child’s...

This is a very helpful chart. The earlier you recognize the signs the sooner you can learn how to parent an Autistic child. Children with Autism can flourish! Signs of Autism