Early Indicators of Autism Spectrum Disorders

Jan 9, 2013 Full story: Examiner.com 448

It is well established that early identification and intervention are critical determinants in the course and outcome of autism spectrum disorders .

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Pharma Maims Kills

Winnipeg, Canada

#445 Feb 9, 2013
truth wrote:
wicket satanic devilish people can turn you in beast don't you..as well child make so ever they want..is that accusers want..i think so.
You sound as looney as friend and tobiass
ric99

Louth, UK

#446 Feb 10, 2013
Pharma Maims Kills wrote:
<quoted text> You sound as looney as friend and tobiass
No, truth sounds as loony as you.
truth

Perth, Australia

#447 Feb 10, 2013
Mama pharma yes i am
until Jesus come to me
he promise come..
Are you for sure Jesus is not far away?
truth

Perth, Australia

#448 Feb 10, 2013
mama pharma worry to much about me..
no i don't liked wicket world mama pharma
i liked be honest with you..
i will be free very soon..
only when my project go in air..
then
Who will be save?!
ric99

Louth, UK

#449 Feb 10, 2013
truth wrote:
mama pharma worry to much about me..
no i don't liked wicket world mama pharma
i liked be honest with you..
i will be free very soon..
only when my project go in air..
then
Who will be save?!
Send for the men in white coats.
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#451 Feb 10, 2013
ric99 wrote:
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Send for the men in white coats.
People with disorders are often attracted to threads like these. A few years ago there was a similar thread and there were two posters who revealed they had bipolar disorder and one with schizophrena.
Pharmageddon

Winnipeg, Canada

#452 Feb 10, 2013
Elias wrote:
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People with disorders are often attracted to threads like these. A few years ago there was a similar thread and there were two posters who revealed they had bipolar disorder and one with schizophrena.
There have been numerous vaccine injury victims posting on autism and ADHD forums. Most have no idea why they are ill and they believe the media-pharma-mainstream medicine- government propaganda instead of knowing they are vaccine victims. others are parents in denial who think their child will improve. Vaccine injury is forever, no Disney Moments for them.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#453 Feb 11, 2013
That may or may not be true. People say they have many things and much of it isn't true. They're only here because they're attention seekers.
Elias wrote:
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People with disorders are often attracted to threads like these. A few years ago there was a similar thread and there were two posters who revealed they had bipolar disorder and one with schizophrena.
truth

Perth, Australia

#454 Feb 11, 2013
With conspiracy and cover up ..is that freedom or justice who can or who can't..
be full of courage look your accusers and abusers in eyes.

i hope future will be deference or this world will be disappier..byyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyy
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#457 Feb 11, 2013
friend wrote:
That may or may not be true. People say they have many things and much of it isn't true. They're only here because they're attention seekers.
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Yes that's true, people do however feel the need to share online and it's possible the anonymity allows them to open the subject of their own mental illness. But yes they may just be nutters seeking attention.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#460 Feb 11, 2013
I would agree, except on this forum topic, the subject of ones own mental illness hasn't been directly brought up. Most of it is gibberish and/ or off topic.
They're simply not here for the same reasons we are. They try to provoke readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion. It will be these same type of people who attack those who do bring up their own mental illness.

Best thing is not to feed into their attention seeking. Simply don't feed them.
Elias wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes that's true, people do however feel the need to share online and it's possible the anonymity allows them to open the subject of their own mental illness. But yes they may just be nutters seeking attention.
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#463 Feb 13, 2013
friend wrote:
I would agree, except on this forum topic, the subject of ones own mental illness hasn't been directly brought up. Most of it is gibberish and/ or off topic.
They're simply not here for the same reasons we are. They try to provoke readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion. It will be these same type of people who attack those who do bring up their own mental illness.
Best thing is not to feed into their attention seeking. Simply don't feed them.
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I would have been far harsher on our friend from Winnipeg, it's just the possibility he does have a child with autism that I couldn't go through with dispensing the punishment he deserves. In retrospect I guess none of us are perfect parents (I have done things that I regret).

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#465 Feb 13, 2013
No need to be harsh. The first trick is kindness and facts. Second, ignore their reaction.

I had my son's IEP today, and it went well. I'm not familiar with how Australia goes about special ed, and if you do annual IEP's. The main thing maybe that affects my son academically, is he is a serious literal thinker, and at every meeting it's brought up. Language Arts is where we see the literal really interfering with comprehension.

I hope your daughter has had a better week :)
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#466 Feb 13, 2013
friend wrote:
No need to be harsh. The first trick is kindness and facts. Second, ignore their reaction.
I had my son's IEP today, and it went well. I'm not familiar with how Australia goes about special ed, and if you do annual IEP's. The main thing maybe that affects my son academically, is he is a serious literal thinker, and at every meeting it's brought up. Language Arts is where we see the literal really interfering with comprehension.
I hope your daughter has had a better week :)
Yes thanks, much better week. I'm not sure what IEP stands for?

My daughter has not had any checkup since her initial diagnosis. Although we are due to review her medication. Yes what you describe can also apply to my daughter. She also tends to take things literally.

We tend to underestimate our children's comprehension (I know I certainly have) however the immediate problem for us is the expressive speech.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#467 Feb 14, 2013
Glad she's having a good week. An IEP stands for individualized educational program, the public schools revise them annually. This is the legal document of which services, modifications, and gaols (to name a few) is written. The school also does a full evaluation every 3 years to be sure the child qualifies, and at each of those 3 years, I also obtained a new medical diagnosis.

I wonder if they do functional behavioral plans where you live? My son had one when he was younger, not for his 'behaviors', but due to his reactions (mainly lack of reaction) to other students. It's an eval to find triggers, and then how to be proactive in a positive manner.
http://cecp.air.org/fba/default.asp
If they would do this at your child's school, it could really help her.
wow

Crownsville, MD

#468 Feb 14, 2013
be nice
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#470 Feb 14, 2013
friend wrote:
Glad she's having a good week. An IEP stands for individualized educational program, the public schools revise them annually. This is the legal document of which services, modifications, and gaols (to name a few) is written. The school also does a full evaluation every 3 years to be sure the child qualifies, and at each of those 3 years,.
Yes we have something similar developed with my daughter's school. I also have a mental health plan but we have not really used this since we have not seen my daughter's regular GP or paediatrician now for 2 yrs. The fact is the cost is too much and government funding for autistic kids runs out when they turn 6.

The school reviews our daughter's progress with us every semester, the truth is it reminds me of a staff performance review KPI, but I guess it allows us to track her performance.
friend wrote:
I also obtained a new medical diagnosis.
I wonder if they do functional behavioral plans where you live? My son had one when he was younger, not for his 'behaviors', but due to his reactions (mainly lack of reaction) to other students. It's an eval to find triggers, and then how to be proactive in a positive manner.
http://cecp.air.org/fba/default.asp
If they would do this at your child's school, it could really help her.
Thanks I'll look into this.
auzlux

Pittsburgh, PA

#471 Feb 15, 2013

get over it,it just appears
truth

Perth, Australia

#472 Feb 15, 2013
Did your mother drink rats poison= fluoride in water?
Autism 4 Dummies

Winnipeg, Canada

#475 Feb 16, 2013
truth wrote:
Did your mother drink rats poison= fluoride in water?
Its vaccines dude

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