Autism,my 2 year old has it, what does the future hold? He communicates by holding your hand and pointing?
My 2 year old son has been diagnosed with autism,he cannot speak at the moment,his signs of autism are good, he’s very loving.He loves to kiss and cuddle up and to hold hands and walk everywhere, he hates using the car to travel. When he walks he likes to walk the same way, and signs on the pavement he stops to look at, they fasinate him.Luke can hold a spoon and fork and feed himself, and he is going to hospital in september to find what form of autism he has, t’s like a playcentre in the oxford jr hospital and the staff monitor his play and behavour. But he loves to laugh and smile and go on the trampoline with his brothers and jump up and down with them.Tv i notice is bad for him, he’s like in a coma with it, in a trance state,he loves dora.But im wondering if he will ever speak or be able to run,as he can only walk.Has anyone a guess what sort of autism he might have or what his chances of speaking are.I wondor if he will ever share a room with his brother?He handflaps when happy
Sounds like my son!! My son is now 5 years old and I’m happy to say he talks all the time! When my son was two, he didn’t speak either and I was getting quite worried. Yes, he used to take my hand and pull me towards whatever it was he wanted. But he started talking about age 3.
I don’t remember if he ran or not at that point (he does now) but he was definitely clumsy with his motor skills. And my son also handflaps when happy (and sometimes when agitated). He also reads soooo well and has been reading since he was 3; he’s truly amazing.
Over the years he’s matured so much and has grown out of some of his earlier problems (such as having trouble waiting in line, not wanting to be potty trained, not talking…) He still has issues with food (he’s very limited in his food choices) and is scared of loud noises but then again, I know he will always have some issues. He’s come a LONG way!
He doesn’t share a room with his sister but he definitely could if he needed to (they get along soooo well).
I would look into NAET therapy from a chiropracter or holistic doctor. It’s not very well known and looks a bit weird but try it. I did it with my son and the results were amazing. I’d suggest doing a few treatments and seeing what you think. The day after one of the treatments, he just started talking nonstop… It was almost as if he “woke up”. It was really amazing.
Good luck, you’re on the right path!!
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