I am a mom that have a son who recently was diagnosed with Autism. I am learning as much as I can. I feel like I starting over due to my oldest is 18 going to 19 next year, and know I have a beutiful son, however he is Autistic and I am coping with this but I feel that I cannot let my self go into a depression over this and that I need to be strong. I am an Advocate for him that is what my concentration should be. He is receiving early intervention services which is excellent, I have a group of people that is helping us and he is improving. One of the challenges is that it takes him a long time to sleep, he screams, kick, yells, and I am firm when I talk, but even with that is hard.I dont like the idea of medication, he is too young. I would like to know if you know of any remedie for sleep. Thank youView Thread
Thank you for your respond, I just got in the webmd, hoping that someone would respond. I will fallow up with your suggestion. Does your child have sudden mood changes and if so how have you learn to cope with that.View Thread
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