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Ii have a11year old aspie daughter... I know exactly what u r talking about. It gets better as they grow. I find it hard and challenging more than most other parents because the same issue has to be handled so very differently for these special kiddos and there is really very little suggestions available so it is hard and trail and error gets frustrating At times but patience repetition work eventually

thanks for your comment!  Its always nice to hear from someone who understands the uniqueness of this particular set of behaviors (and accompanying parenting challenges!)  Best wishes to you.  :)


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