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Published: 15 years ago
 
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Re: Could this be autism?


I think you may be a little paranoid and should just work with the child, and be patient.

I believe there are varying degrees of autism and believed myself to have some autistic traits, but that does not make one autistic.

I tutored an Autistic/Aspergers syndrome student through college in the 90's.

http://www.aspergers.com/

It would be hard for anyone to give you an answer without observing your child's behavior first hand. I would be inclined to accept the answers you have received about speech delay. My daughter did not speak at all until she was 4 or so, and then just to get a need met with single word utterances. She and her brother were inseparable and big brother took care of her needs... she did not have to talk much.

Now she is a high school math teacher with a masters degree on the way. I would say that strong, loving, attentive parenting, not TV, computers etc... keep them turned off will keep things moving along just fine.

grz
 

 
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