9 Signs of High Functioning Autism, That I Missed - Not all children have the classics symptoms of autism. But after my son was diagnosed I realized there were so many warning signs there that I missed. This is how we personally experienced the signs of high functioning autism #Autism #HighFunctioningAutism #ASD #AutismLevel1 #Parenting #ParentingTips #Motherhood
École À Pas de Géants / Giant Steps School Founded in 1981, Giant Steps School has created a unique learning environment for Montreal students on the Autism Spectrum. Our goal since inception has been to: enable the greatest number of autistic children to reach their full potential and achieve independence in our society. (Arondissement Côte-des-Neiges/Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal)
Look at all the components that can effect a person with autism. How can there possibly be a cure that can fix all of this? A bit depressing you tell yourself? I don't think so. Mainly because I don't think autism is something that needs to be cured. Here's why: Currently 1 in 55 people are thought to be diagnose with ASD. Ask any classroom teacher and they would say that there is at least one child that displays ASD traits in every class. ADHD, ASD, ODD, OCD and many other of the alphabetical disorders all share many similar components, they are also effecting the same part of the brain. When you bring all these people together you are no longer looking at an epidemic or disorder, you are looking at a neurological difference I say this as I perch from my lofty heights: I have 3 high functioning autistic children, not low functioning. They are fairly non violent. No more so than the average household of 4 children. We live in a reasonably calm house hold. I ...