hi. i was wondering if anyone who has been through this could offer some advice. I have a daughter who is high functioning autistic who just turned 12 who now has had two periods and just cant cope. she completely understands what is going on but when it comes to things like changing her pad and showering she just cant do it. i will say to her go to the toilet but she says she doesn't have to go. So i will tell her to go and change her pad and she freaks out. she cant go to school when she has them because she cant change her pad. I have resorted to buying her dry nights because otherwise i would be washing 20 pairs of undies a day but she cant go out in them because you can see them under her clothing and it embarrass her. i would really appreciate any advice on this matter as i just dont know what to do. thanks
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