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Gallia Sun 11-Oct-09 17:48:10

I would like to hear from other mums with a child with Aspergers Syndrome, we've just had a confirmation with my middle son and I'm really struggling to deal with his behaviour.

Can anyone help or advise???

Cheers :O)

Gallia Sun 11-Oct-09 17:48:36

I would like to hear from other mums with a child with Aspergers Syndrome, we've just had a confirmation with my middle son and I'm really struggling to deal with his behaviour.

Can anyone help or advise???

Cheers :O)

Marne Sun 11-Oct-09 18:12:18

Hi, i have 2 daughters, my eldest 5.5 has Aspergers and my youngest 3.5 has high functioning Autism. Welcome to MN. How old is your Son?

asdx2 Sun 11-Oct-09 18:42:40

Hi I have a son 14 and a daughter six both with moderate autism.
What sort of behaviours are you struggling with?

janess404 Sun 11-Oct-09 19:22:22

hello welcome,

maybe you can give us a little more info about the behaviour in question?

magso Mon 12-Oct-09 10:03:21

Hello and welcome. My son has autism and LD. Although I probably cannot advise I did find the courses run by the NAS to help parents just after diagnosis helpful.(HELP, and HELP2 which has specific seminars such as managing anger or meeting sensory needs). Meeting other parents and sharing ideas is helpful too.

Gallia Mon 12-Oct-09 14:38:21

Thanks for your comments. x

Gallia Mon 12-Oct-09 14:40:15

Hi Marne

Thanks for the reply :O)

My son is 5 next January.

x

Gallia Mon 12-Oct-09 14:44:49

Hi asdx2

Thanks for your reply, my son is 5 next January, he's just started mainstream school and he's been becoming more and more violent ( punching, kicking, spitting ) since August.

I find going out with my other two children a nightmare as they are to young to understand why their brother is different and behaves the way he does ( my daughter is 6 in January and my other son has just turned 3 last week and he tends to copy his brother ).

Gallia
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