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    • Anonymous
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      HiMy little girl is showing all the signs of autism. It hasn't been diagnosed yet, but the playgroup teacher has shown concern, enough to tell us to go to the doctor and get her reffered to a specialist nursery.We - my fiance and me - have noticed lack of development ourselves, though shes good at counting and puzzles, she doesn't communicate well, she doesn't say goodbye or hello when I go to work and back, she only really speaks whatever 'winnie the pooh' says.We both feel crushed, and don't know what to do. Still hoping she'll come around. Nothing diagnosed yet, but I'm really scared

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      http://autismandaspergersinthefamily.freeforums.org/pdd-rating-scale-t10.htmlThis is a pdd qestinaire it is not a diagnosis.It can however see pointers for autistic spectrum disorder and see if more assessments are needed

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      Don`t be worried about her, if it is autism. It is a lot to take in but there is support and help out there now, more so than when my daughter was diagnosed at 5, she is now 16.It is scary at first as you probably not know a lot about it, but the hardest thing will be is to get a diagnosis of autism in the first place.It is hard, I am not going to tell you it isn`t but it is better to get a diagnosis now so she can get the help she needs.I feel for kids with asd, whome their parents are convinced or are in denial that there is anything wrong, as this is cruel on the child as if that child has asd then they need to get the help that the child needs and deserves, and more importantly help for the parents to cope.

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      Hi,I am extremely worried about my daughter also. She is 8 years old and is very hyperactive and also appears to suffer from OCD. Now, I don't know if this is paranoia but I feel the combination of the two could mean something more serious. It may just be her age but I don't know at what point I should think about expert help.

    • Anonymous
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      Don't worry,just pray always….That's the best thing you should do….make money online

    • Anonymous
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      Thanks for the advice irah,I will do this always…how to treat depressionGod bless....

    • Anonymous
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      Iv got autism (HFA) whats wrong if she dose have it =)

    • Anonymous
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      That's like saying you have AIDS, what's wrong if other people have it. Sure, you can live with it but it's not normal and it's not a good thing to live with.car games fishing games zombie games typing games ninja games amazon coupons iphone cases

    • Anonymous
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      Feeling sorry knowing about your daughter showing symptoms of autism.

    • Anonymous
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      my son is 2 was refered for suspected autism in feb and diagnosed in august he doesnt speak one word and he couldnt get the help he needed without the diagnoses hope u get the help and support u need all depends on the individual cases to how long it would take 🙂

    • Anonymous
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      Please don't be worried, my son is very different to my 22 year old daughter who does not have autism, however he is a happy 20 year old with so many special qualities.Get all the support you can from family and friends and seek advice.

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