How to Help A Child With Autism
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011
It is very important for parents as well as doctors to know the signs of ASD, so that our children can get diagnosed at an early age. Early intervention does help! If you as a parent notice any signs, then you should explain this to your childs doctor but, if he refuses to have your child diagnosed take your child to another doctor for a second opinion. Don't take No for an answer! We all know our children's behavior better than any one else, even before we take them to the doctor. My daughter was diagnosed at a very early age with Autism and she started a program in our community very early. Early intervention did help her overcome some of her challenges with Autism. I will say it does depend on The Programs, The Environment for our children, The Appropriate and Educated Staff. There's a lot to be considered for our children. Keep Praying for Our Children!! God Bless!
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