Hi and welcome to the board. I hope things will get easier for you now that you have a diagnosis and can work out what you are dealing with (and you are lucky to get an Aspergers diagnosis so young!). Please feel free to hang out and ask anything: I can guarantee that someone here will have been through something similar or have some useful input or support for you.
Kirsty, mum to Euan (11, Aspergers Syndrome) Rohan (7, NT) and Maeve (4, NT)
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Welcome to the board.
We're here to help you in whatever way we can. It can really tough in the beginning because of the feelings that come up and the confusion on what to do next. Just take it a step at a time, nothing has really changed, you've just gotten more information about your child which will help you help your DS be his best. He's still the same child you've loved all these year. Nothing is going to blow apart if you don't get all the supports in place tomorrow. There is plenty of time to learn the ropes.
Hope to get to know you better as time goes on.
Andrea, mom to
Graham Miles Anson
I can tell by your reference to TSS that you are in PA.
Jessie mommy to Gabe(5 years ASD/CAS/SID)and baby Zane (1 year old)
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