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Barbieʚϊɞ Florida 11319 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting Sweet lullaby:" I can't remove other peoples posts."


from your list of repleys u can

Sweet lullaby Dearborn Heights, Michigan 30436 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting barbie ʚϊɞ:" i am sorry"


Its fine I've come to understand it and be able to handle it alot more before I was running on empty with my head cut off, listening to everyone and doing what ever anyone suggested. it sucked. not my best moment

castaway 2 kids; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18092 posts
14th Apr '13

thanks for posting this. I had no idea.

Barbieʚϊɞ Florida 11319 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting Sweet lullaby:" Its fine I've come to understand it and be able to handle it alot more before I was running on empty ... [snip!] ... on empty with my head cut off, listening to everyone and doing what ever anyone suggested. it sucked. not my best moment"


i now a Lot of kids with it and they are so sweet

Sweet lullaby Dearborn Heights, Michigan 30436 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting barbie ʚϊɞ:" from your list of repleys u can"


oh, Yes I know. But I couldn't help but say something, since Im pretty sure Im going to be the only one who publicly posts what I posted, and everyone is going to be on her side, maybee it will help someone out seeing that NOT everyone thinks having a child with autism is great. Someone helped me like that and its changed alot for me.

Barbieʚϊɞ Florida 11319 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting Sweet lullaby:" oh, Yes I know. But I couldn't help but say something, since Im pretty sure Im going to be the only ... [snip!] ... it will help someone out seeing that NOT everyone thinks its great. Someone helped me like that and its changed alot for me."





so u dont help out is that what you saying



Sweet lullaby Dearborn Heights, Michigan 30436 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting barbie ʚϊɞ:" i now a Lot of kids with it and they are so sweet"



Oh my son is extremly sweet and friendly, but he can turn a switch. His own teachers have told me they are very fearful of him hurting them and other kids when he goes into a melt down at school. The aid says shes afraid of him, and has been trying to get another aid to switch with her, but no one wants to. Not good. Hes already been suspended and hes only 5. And only goes 3 hrs a day M-Thurs. And he can't go on the bus as well.

Sweet lullaby Dearborn Heights, Michigan 30436 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting barbie ʚϊɞ:" "so u dont help out is that what you saying



what?

Barbieʚϊɞ Florida 11319 posts
14th Apr '13
Quoting Sweet lullaby:" Oh my son is extremly sweet and friendly, but he can turn a switch. His own teachers have told me ... [snip!] ... to. Not good. Hes already been suspended and hes only 5. And only goes 3 hrs a day M-Thurs. And he can't go on the bus as well."


yes i now they have those there was 1 boy in my school who did and the funny prat was that with me he was ok the teachers will try and clum him and it never worked they had 2 get me out of class and help him since my schaoll was k -12 grade i was in 11th that year and i was real good with him and i wold eat lunch with the small kids the big ones will start a figghts and play stupid i will eat lucnch on my ade period and just stay there throw my real luch helping them i did that 11th and 12th grade since 9th and 10th i was geting picked on a Lot i just ate in the office i did not now i can spend it with the k -5 grade most of the time i was with k-11st grade kiven loved me i wold walk with him around the schiool and at times he did snap and try and acct me i will say no not nice and he will just walk and be ok agin

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
15th Apr '13

I see absolutely nothing wrong with getting rid of Autism and Down syndrome through testing and treatment. Fantastic for them. I'll start supporting them more.

Japan 388 posts
15th Apr '13
Quoting Devil Duckie:" I see absolutely nothing wrong with getting rid of Autism and Down syndrome through testing and treatment. Fantastic for them. I'll start supporting them more. "


If we were to ever actually know what causes Autism then I'd be all for it but I don't want to 'cure' him. I don't want to change the amazing things about him. My brother was put on medicine for something as a child and it turned him into a zombie. He wasn't the same kid anymore, he was a lost child and lost interest in everything he once had. I don't want to risk that for my child. When he went off of his medicine he went back to being the same little boy. He was put on another medicine that helped him without changing him.

Buzz and Almond Joys momm 2 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 12593 posts
15th Apr '13

I support autsim speaks because of the research. I never was under the idea they really helped anyone I thought it was all research. ( which it seems to be) Ido wish they would have those with ASD on their staff, and that is a reason I do not support them 100%.



If a cure did come a long it would be fair to say many parents would "cure" their child and for those who would not that is between them and their child. I think most of the help would come in early detection.



Also, I would think just because many parents would not chose to cure their chills does not mean it should be denied to the families that would. ( which is what could happen when you don't support those organizations funding research)



I can understand why individuals do not support autism speaks, because I ( as a parent of a SN child) understand the thought tht your child is not broken and doesn't need to be cured or that you love them the way tey are. But, the research does do some good to know more about these disorders.( even if it is all medical and not the "awareness" some parents want)




I really hope this makes sense. I am mentally exhausted at the moment.