Hi everyone. I just joined this site hoping to find some people out there who share my experience.My son is 6 and has an official diagnoses for Aspegers comming up in July. I already know what the result wil be.The first time I read about Aspergers it was like reading a book about Draydon which was comforting but also made me sad. Iam expecting our daughter to arrive any day now and am worried how Draydon and all of us will cope with another family member. We are all excited about it,but there is already alot of conflict between Draydon and his 11 year old brother Caileb.Ddoes anyone know of a chat room for siblings of those with ASD. I think it would really help Caileb. Lucky for Draydon he has a VERY patient brother.
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