This is the first time I have been on a chat room to discuss my son. He is two and half and I am waiting for him to go and get assessed for autism. He shows lots of the signs of autism some days then other days he is fine. I am very confused by him. He dislikes anything new, going to new places and new people. His talking is not very good and his sleep pattern is everywhere. He likes gadgets and computers. He has very good eye contact but looks at people heavily and stares also. He also still wears nappies. He eats a lot and also likes very spicey food! He has been going to playgroup for 6+ months and still cries on seperation. He has started to play but can be very distant from the children sometimes. Anything different happening in playgroup makes him very upset. He has very bad tantrums and is very agressive towards me when he is in a bad mood. He is very strong and bites,hits, kicks and pinches me. He cries for long periods and I cant comfort him. He is very strong willed as well as very shy. Has anybody got any good advice out there as I am very confused thanks Vicki
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