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Autism and Kids

The links on this page will take you some of my posts about Autism and/or kids

either way they are very special and close to my heart as I have a thirteen year old kid

with Autism.

( if anyone is interested in Autism networking contact me on- )

Autism is….

Autism- Child from the same god

A for Pizza

Dear Diary My Mom And Dad

In the magical land of Library


Zuckles,Zonita zand Zee

A Weird But True Story

Finger Muddies

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  1. Thank you for sharing. My son has retinitis pigmentosa from birth. He is now doing his Phd in English literature in the University of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad. Regards.

  2. Greetings from Australia,
    I really admire what you’re trying to do. I have twin nephews who are four years old and both are autistic. My brother once broke down crying saying regarding his children saying that they would never know the difference but what about those around them. I told him although I couldn’t offer any reason why his own children were affected that these challenges in life occur, so that we can stand before a mirror, for such events show our hearts for what they really are. The best thing we can do is help and love them with all our mind, heart, souls and strength, just as we should love Go. All the best with your beloved child.
    God bless

  3. Glad to see so much positivity on this page. We all are small elements in the Divine pattern and He knows what is best for us. So lets make this life joyful.

  4. I liked the comment about awesometism.

  5. My wife has a patient whose sibling referred to his brother as having “awesometism.” Seems to fit…. 🙂

  6. Something we have in common. I have three autistic children. My sons are profoundly autistic and non-verbal (19 & 6) and my daughter is moderately functioning (7). Would not trade them for the world.

    I will contact you on FB, but I have to send you a message so you will recognize me 🙂

    • Red I am speechless…really.. And i know what you mean when you say you would not trade them for world…I feel and the same, my daughter is my world and i love her with all my heart and soul….but i got to tell you,you are one brave fighting spirit Red..
      I have just one kid with Autism and i know….i mean really know what a mother goes through..
      I am so glad i met you, its a blessing to meet such inspirational people
      Thanks 🙂
      Big beary hugs 🙂

    • WordsFallFromMyEyes

      Red, I am a little overwhelmed you have three autistic children. This is an enormous challenge (to my mind). Reason being, I don’t know if they will ever get work? I wonder what you find to make them happy, you know – what activities? And they must all be so different. I wonder too, did you learn from dealing with the first how to deal with the second.

      I do apologise, but I have not a great understanding of autism but I do know they hone in on something and don’t want change. I have a friend whose son has MILD aspergous, and he cannot bear changed routine.

      I just wish you well. For the love of your beautiful children, you must work very hard.

      Noeleen /

      • Yes and no. The oldest and youngest are both profound, but very different. Neither speaks. The middle one is a girl (odd). She stands a chance at employment. The eldest learned to recycle folders for the medical industry (and insurance). It is piece-meal work, and likely all he will ever be able to do. The youngest is not showing any overt talents, and may be another piece-meal laborer. However, he is beginning to bud vocally and, in minuscule ways, verbally.

        My daughter animates. She draws well and creates the stories. She prefers to watch production notes to movies and made her first 6 cell story board at age 4. She cannot speak (or write) in grammatical sentences. It is her own version of English. But with significant training, I think she will do well in the field. I have a few people vetting software for me now, so she can beginning learning to animate in 3D.

        I doubt any of the three of them will every be completely independent. The boys, certainly not.

        I am writing a book here. Feel free to email me. It is all over my site (I do not answer the one on Gravatar or FB any more.) The Ask Momma page has a form and my email addy.


  7. Greetings, Soma! For some time now I’ve noticed your comments on other blogs, such as Everyday Aspergers, and I’ve been very impressed with what you’ve written. I decided to stop by your blog today and learned that you have a child with autism. So do I; a 19 year-old son.

    I read two of your posts, “In the ruins of Bhangarh” and “Autism Child-From the Same God,” and decided I should follow your blog!

    I hope you will stop by my blog sometime soon. I write about autism and multiple aspects of life.

    Take care!

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  9. I recently blogged about autism. Have you heard of Stephen Wiltshire? he’s quite an amazing guy.

    Check him out.

  10. Thank you for sharing your information with us and encouraging words. I have a 7 year nephew that has autism. God bless!

  11. Thanks Shaheen and as i have wriiten i have a daughter with autism so this is my favourite page:-)

  12. Blood-Ink-Diary

    Brilliant work — very encouraging and engaging. Thanks for sharing! 🙂


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