By William Stillman

It truly is at present anticipated that 1 in one hundred fifty little ones are suffering from autism — and that quantity is expanding at an alarming expense. In a time while mom and dad are beaten with complicated, and infrequently conflicting, details, The Autism resolution publication presents them transparent and assured tips through delivering uncomplicated solutions to their so much urgent questions. The Autism resolution ebook covers such themes as:

Getting a diagnosis
Social sensitivities
Physical well-being
Mental health
School success
Written in an easy-to-read Q&A layout, The Autism solution e-book is helping mom and dad comprehend and settle for their baby and enhance a plan for achievement.

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Why does my child engage in aggressive, destructive behaviors that he knows will cause him to lose things or experiences that he likes, and that he knows are bad choices? ■ How do I explain my child’s eccentric behavior and tantrums to other parents in a way that shows respect to my child? ■ Why did my child speak more when he was two years old than he does now at age twelve? ■ What if my child never talks? qxd 48 7/26/07 10:09 AM Page 48 The Autism Answer Book If my child doesn’t talk by the age most kids do, is he autistic?

Since getting my child’s diagnosis, and doing a lot of reading and research, I’m realizing that a lot of the information about the traits of autism is shared by my spouse. Is this possible? ■ Will my child ever need to be reevaluated in the future? qxd 24 7/26/07 10:09 AM Page 24 The Autism Answer Book How do I know if I should have my child evaluated for autism? Do not be afraid or hesitant to approach your child’s pediatrician if you feel your child is not meeting developmentally appropriate milestones.

What if it’s not autism? If your suspicions about your child’s autism are not confirmed by the evaluation report, your child will most likely have been ascribed at least one other diagnosis that may share some similarities with autistic symptoms such as fragile X, sensory integration disorder, attention deficit disorder, or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. If, however, you feel strongly that your child has been misdiagnosed, revisit the report’s findings with the doctor or nurse practitioner, or seek a second opinion.

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