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Tyler is 4 years old and recently, "officially" diagnosed with Autism. He also has sensory disorders. We know that he hears "too well". I have known something was going on since he was between 1 and 2 years old, but no one would listen. I researched and then made them listen to my findings.
At an age where others were telling stories about their kids, I remembered that as with my older 2, he should've been speaking better. He shouldv'e been able to have a conversation with us. He couldn't. It seems the more little helpful pieces of information I find and apply, the better it has gotten. I fear for him in school. He would be a target for a bully and not know what to do in emergencies. I find peace in knowing that we are doing somethings right.
Read to more to see how Tyler won't let his autism control him!
This newly diagnosed aspie shares with us his perspective on awareness. In this video, Elijah John Kihlstadius presents 10 things he believes are important about living with and caring for someone with an autism spectrum disorder.