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24 thoughts on “Flash Giveaway $25 WalMart Gift Card ends 4/15 11:59pm EST

  1. This is a good article, I have a nephew with Autism, his is pretty severe, he had spinal mingitis (not spelled right) when he was a few months old, he is so special and I had a sister that was born with mental retardation, she lived to be 31, doctors told my parents she would not live past 18, shows what a lot of love can do.
    thanks for the giveaway

  2. I liked the comment “Autism is a complex disorder.” Doesn’t that just say it all? I know a few people who’ve been diagnosed w/autism, and I’ve learned that autism doesn’t come in a neat and tidy box. Each seems to have a unique form of it.

  3. ITS TO BAD THAT I KNOW ALL TO WELL ABOUT AUTISM.I HELPED MY SISTER AND HER HUSBAND RAISE THEIR SON. YOU CAN CRY EVERYDAY OR TRY TO LAUGH AT LEAST ONCE A DAY. WE CHOSE TO LAUGH. IT WASNT EASY AT ALL BUT WE ALL DID.HE’S GROWN NOW AND LIVES IN A PLACE THAT HELPS HIS KIND AND HE’S VERY HAPPY.

  4. This was a really good article. It is very true that each case is very different. My friend’s son is considered “high functioning”. It has taken a lot of work to help him reach that point. You really can’t put everyone with Autism in one neat and tidy box.

  5. I appreciate that you are getting the word out about Autism. My son is on the Autism Spectrum. It is not easy raising a child with Autism. Every day is a new challenge. It takes a lot of patience and dedication to learn to deal with certain aspects of the disorder. Such as, it’s hard to take him to a grocery store because if I say no to him about something he wants, he throws such a tantrum that I literally have to leave the store and leave my cart full of my items and take him home. We get such dirty looks from fellow shoppers too because they assume we are just these awful parents who have a child out of control. If these people only knew what we face every day they would have compassion instead of judgments.

  6. It is just my opinion but I am very worried that this may end up being our children are being poisoned by the chemicals we are all subjected to on a daily basis. Maybe not one certain thing, but a combination of things. Just look around your living room, at the carpet, sofa, wall paint, tables, chairs, Floors, lumber, drywall, etc and think of the tons of different chemicals used to build, manufacture, dye, stain resist, ( I can go on for hours ). Even if you try to keep your chemical use to a minimum, Chemicals are brought in your house on your feet from our yards, our neighbors yards, the golf courses, the city streets, etc. , etc., etc,. Just saying…..

  7. I hear the word autism frequently, but this article told me a lot information that I didn’t know about the disorder

  8. Great article! I have a 16 year old nephew with autism. (he lives in northern Missouri) To this day, he’s not spoken. He appears to always be in his own little world…but he’s hearing everything and everything. He’s even responding, using sounds, smiles, but eye contact is difficult. (often “painful” for those with autism. My nephew is very smart. He goes to the public school and communicates with a computer-type device. He’s an amazing writer! He would like to be an author like Dr. Seuss.
    As a special education teacher, I’ve had/have many students with autism. The spectrum is very wide….some are high functioning and others are developing below grade/age level. The kiddos are amazing and I love working with them! 🙂

  9. My cousin has autism and it’s been tough for his mum to deal with him all by herself after my uncle passed away a decade ago. But it’s amazing how much he’s improved over the years and he’s now doing his Bachelors in Liberal Arts. I’m sure he’ll do amazing things in life.

  10. I did not know that Rett’s syndrome was a form of autism. Thanks to the commercials I was already aware of Rett’s, but now I can explain it better to my kids

  11. thank you for all of the amazing info about autism!

    with a newborn due in 3 weeks, this would really come in handy!

    i liked on facebook, but i dont twitter.

  12. It’s interesting that autism hasn’t been broken down more into different categories. I read a statistic somewhere about x number of kids out of some other number will be autistic, and it was a high percentage. It seems to have become too generalized.

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