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I have two children here, aged 5 and 9, with autism and asds. Is this film suitable? I haven't seen it for years.Sorry for daft question but don't want anyone upset.
Change of plan DD put Charlie and the chocolate factory on and know the guests don't want tv and DS2 is crying because he does.
My ds is 9 and has ASD. He loves Home Alone but some of the slap-stick is a bit worrying as he does try and act things out. He did survive the phase intact but with hindsight I would have left it a bit longer.
dd loves it, sha has cp, but is easily freaked by films, she can't watch daddy day care on her own as the little boy freaks her out(when he pretends to cry)
In the end they watched Lunar Jim for about 5 minutes.Thanks all.
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