By Claire Hughes Ph.D.
Children With High-Functioning Autism: A Parent's consultant offers mom and dad the knowledge had to support them do something about their kid's autism and to navigate the trail as they first understand ameliorations, search counsel and remedy, and support their baby become his or her complete capability.
together with examples of the author's personal reviews together with her baby with autism, this booklet is helping households discover that there are others on comparable paths—and assistance is on hand. With issues starting from figuring out the 1st symptoms of autism and the prognosis, discovering a aid community and filling out valuable forms, to picking a few of the varieties of remedies on hand and making plans for maturity, this publication offers mom and dad helpful perception into this new global.
With an emphasis on high-functioning autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not another way exact, and Asperger's syndrome, Children With High-Functioning Autism: A Parent's advisor helps mom and dad learn how to have fun small parts of progress and retain the focal point at the baby.
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Certainly, in our family, we are known for lactose intolerance. I personally was given goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk as a child because of my mother’s observation of my sleeplessness and erratic behaviors when I drank cow’s milk. My friend Tina’s son tested as being not lactose intolerant, but she noticed significant behavioral changes when he had milk. My husband and daughter both have the flushed cheeks and dark circles under their eyes that often are symptoms of allergies. My husband and I have noticed that we go through phases of “milk addiction” when we’re anxious because of the feeling of relaxation and calm we get from drinking milk.
If her son could get better, maybe my daughter could too! Her book was the first hope I had that maybe we were on a path where Elizabeth could get better and be more of who she is—who she truly is. I had found my map. Second Thoughts: How’d We End Up Here? ” You’ve read countless books and web pages about autism that just don’t quite paint the full picture of your child, and they don’t quite capture that incredible ability that autism sometimes hides and sometimes makes more clear. You’ve read about autism and Asperger’s syndrome, but still aren’t sure what to tell your parents, your in-laws, or your child’s teacher.
Then as he went back to his seat, I found myself in a daze, that had never happened before ... ever. As a baby, Ben had colic and acid reflux. There were many days where I would go back to bed at night in the same clothes I had on the day before. The first 3 months were spent trying to comfort him and then just letting him cry himself to sleep in his room, with the door shut, because I had had all I could take. He would scream and cry for hours, and as hard as that is to believe, it would be literally for hours.