my son is different. he is 6 years old still wears pull ups.he urinates in toilet but thats it.he draws and draws all day, everyday. he didnt talk till he was 4ish. i thought he was deaf because i could stand behind him and clap as loud as i could he wouldnt flinch. took him to a hearing specialist his hearing was fine.he was a very quiet baby.no hand gestures no pointing.no make believe play only linnig up toys.rituals when taking baths, water level has to be just right or he crys and says the bath is too big. he has to sit directly behind me in the car or he will freak out. when i leave the house he has to kiss my right cheek then my left right hug left hug every time or he will freak out.he only eats certian foods wont try anything new.he greats bnew kids with a grawl lie a monster or he tells them he is a super hero. kids look at him with a puzzeled look on there faces.he gets left out alot.he went through a stage where he would head bang about one year to four.i have read alot about autism and i am pretty convinced. i just dont know where to go to get help. he is in special ed at school but its not enough. no health insurance no family support for this. please help anyone.
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