Autism/Potty Training


Басда цо wrote at 2013-11-28 04:19:49
I know this is hard but the way to look at it as, well kind of a reword system. Maybe more computer time. I know you probity figured it out already. maybe diapers or pull-ups training pants will help in the mean time. See I know were your coming from. When I came from Russia when I was 9 I was scared of, well everything. It took me a while to learn so did my nephew. He is autistic and he is 12 now and still hasn't learned When he comes to my place I need the place cleaned after. What his father did was give him more time to do what he wanted.(computer time, taking things apart mixing them up and putting things back together by memory, ect) He is learning when the diaper gets cold its time to go. maybe this will help maybe it won't.


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Therefore I cannot answer questions like "is my child autistic ?" other than by telling you to go and see a specialist

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Please also be aware that I'm a person with autism. My answers may sometimes be very blunt and direct and I may tell you things you won't like to hear. Diplomacy is certainly not among my talents. I'm never being rude on purpose, and I always try not to hurt or offend people, but it has happened before and may happen again. It's NEVER on purpose. I just want to help.

What I *can* do for you is gather information on any aspect of autism and therapy of autism you're interested in and give you my personal oppinion about it (if you want to hear it) or, if it applies, tell you about my personal experience. I can answer all questions about what life is like for an autistic person.

I can also answer questions asked in German or French (but will have to answer in English to questions asked in French as my French is a bit rusty).

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I am an adult diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome/High Functioning Autism and ADD.

In the past years I have also read a lot about autism and its comorbid conditions and related subjects (as I am experiencing symptoms of most of these or know others who do) , so I have accumulated a lot of layman knowledge in this area (AD(H)D, Tourette's Syndrome, OCD, sleep disorders, allergies, sensory integration dysfunction, learning difficulties, left/right-brain, giftedness, Irlen Syndrome, prism glasses, executive dysfunction (aka. "inertia"), "special" diets).

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