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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Jennifer's story (Part 2)


I have a son with autism and he 4 & 1/2 years old.

He loves
playing with his play station game, loves matchbox cars & swimming.

He is really good at
counting, play station games & numbers.

He struggles with
certain textures, Showing certain emotions & being in busy places.

Sometimes I, as a parent, find it hard when
he can’t understand why he can't do certain things, he has no fear which is very frightening at times. Having twins with ASD is also very hard at times.

But then I think about the special moments, like when
his memory is awesome, he remembers things back to when he was approx 2 yrs of age. His concern for his twin brother Korbin. He may not show a great deal of emotion, but he certainly looks after his siblings. Or when he compliments his older sister on how pretty she looks.

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and help build Autism Awareness


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