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Ive noticed of late that the daily mail have run several articles in regards to Autism so its a good thing that its being highlighted so hopefully it can change the attitude of these ignorant idiots.
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it was a good article.
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it was the same when they did an article about euans condition, cystinosis. There were loads of ridiculous comments left about how it was cruel to have other children knowing the risk and even dafter ones about how they knew someone who had it and had been for acupuncture and were cured. You always get a load of opinionated people who dont know what theyre talking about because theyve never been there who are willing to pass judgement! Hopefully one day opinions on alot of things might change but then....there'll always be some!

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NAS has produced some really good tips and advice.
I have attached the document to this article so people have quick access to the article.:cmas_emoticon019:


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ii'm thinking some of these stupid comments are just laughable, if they look back then people died regularly from a common cold and we had measles parties so we all caught it. just because its more publicised should be a good thing to show that we are a progressive country and unlike in the 60's when a child was diagnosed with any condition including autism they were told to drop your kid off at an institution and forget about them and get on with your life. the first book i read on autism gave this advice until i saw the date of publication lol.
at the end of the day each child is unique (had to keep pressies hidden from matt as he wanted to unwrap them all) he is now playing with his computer game while playing whac a mole with other hand lol he loves xmas but thats matt and all Children are different.
hope you all celebrated xmas in your own ways and had a really good day
corinne
There comes a point in your life when you realize:Who matters,Who never did,Who won't anymore...And who always will..
So, don't worry about people from your past,there's a reason why they didn't make it to your future.


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