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Monday, April 25, 2011
A Sibling of A Child with Autism....Our Guardian Angel
My son James has always been really good with his sister Alanis who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. Alanis would scream all the time and have her meltdowns. James is younger than Alanis, when she was 4 yrs old and he was about 3yrs old James would say to her.....Alanis would you please be quiet and stop screaming, your giving me a headache. Alanis would look at him and stop screaming every time he said that to her. I was so surprised because when I would tell her to stop screaming she screamed louder. James would get Alanis to interact with him in Playing, social activities on the computer, she started to say words after he repeated the words to her. James was always helping her to get dressed and telling her to put the right shoes on her feet. James was a big help to me and his sister. I told James that he was born to be here for his sister Alanis. James is his sister's Guardian Angel! God Bless my son James!!!
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