When I told my family my son was diagnosed with Autism no one seemed to understand what that meant. I explained his sensory issues and developmental delays and they all keep saying, "don't worry he will grow out of it." My parents keep telling me that doctors give a faulty diagnosis so they can get more money out of your insurance. I have no clue how to explain that Autism isn't just going to go away on its own and he need the speech, occupation and ABA therapy. I tried to get them to read the report from the doctor but they refused. Should I just give up trying to get through to them. It would be nice to have their support in this but they are very closed-minded.
Posts You May Be Interested In
I have been here before, a long long time ago and now I am back.Forgive me for not just saying what I want to say,even under a triple dose of antidepressants it is still raw and seeping and I am hesitant at revealing it as at least under the bandages around my heart I don,t have to look at how raw and wounded.My child was cleaved from my heart by his own actions. my child of ten,turning eleven...
Has anyone tried these supplements? Do they give MGers more quality of life by improving memory and overall well being?Thanks!Barbel