Sharon Dominick

Why You Are So Wrong In Thinking That Autism Is A Disability

Time stood still as I watched him play. He built a farm consisting of cows, horses and a fence. All of these were made with blocks. Then he became an electrician putting up a grid. He used make-believe tools and clay for fixing this grid. It was amazing to watch him in action. This four-year-old has autism and is remarkably bright. Is that uncommon? Does this also apply to the adolescents and adults that I work with? Here are some snapshots. You can take a call.
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7 Profound Lessons On Life From A Toddler And A 25-Year-Old

He says, "laga" (it hurts) but continues to attempt to change position. Still, all the while, he smiles. "He" is my 25-year-old son, Mohit. He has severe back pain, at present. He also has autism. I watch her interacting with her mother. Cooing, gurgling, trying her best to form words, this little one gives life her 100%. By the time, she was four months old, she had already had two major surgeries. She is Meher. She is only 19 months old. She has Down Syndrome.