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Little things that set you back.

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ImCountingToThree Sat 21-May-16 14:25:30

A 7 year old boy that lives close by just knocked on my door for DS and then told me that he notices my DS never wants to play with anyone and always wanders off sad. The boy still calls for my DS and asks him out to play but I just feel sad. It's not really a positive thing to say about someone. A 7 year old might tolerate that behaviour from another child but I'm sure as he gets older he'll want to find a friend who's more engaged.

I thought DS was doing kind of ok. He goes out to play and joins in when he's interested. Not on the same level as the others but I was fooling myself to think it was only mild and the others wouldn't notice

PolterGoose Sat 21-May-16 16:57:29

The fact he goes out to play, is safe and another child is concerned about his welfare is bloody fantastic. Don't measure him against his NT peers using NT standards, he's autistic, be proud of what he can do smile

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