Oct 06, 2017
Q. Am a 28years old lady from Cuttack, married for 7 years. I have child with Autism Spectrum disorder diagnosed by a paediatrician last year. My child is 5 years old. He doesn't stare into my eyes, doesn't listen to me. Neither he could talk. These days I have observed that he is touching his personal area; doing some adultery behaviour. I don't know how to stop him with this. As due to this reason we are not able to take admission in any school. Please help me out so that my child can have a better life. It's heartbreaking for me day by day that as a mother I couldn't help him.
Hello mam!! As you mentioned your son is diadnosed with Autism and now you are facing adullery in him, behaviour abnormable usally come up with Autism. I request you to visit Child Counselor nearby get himself occupational and behaviour modification therapy before sending him to school. Things will be fine seek help.
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