hello everyone,it has been a long time,i have missed everyone vary much!i have alot of hugs that need to be sent out!!!i first want to say that my lil guy is doing well and i hope that all of your children are in good health!!some of you may no that my lil girl was diagnosed with pdd-nos.i feel lost with her im not sure what to do to help her. her autism is much diffrent then my sons,it is vary hard to get help for her as far as school goes they did their eval and said that her autism will not effect her education she just turned 3 and the melt downs are getting worse!i cant stand to hear her scream again or i think i might pull my hair out of my head.she has lanuage so that its self makes it vary hard for her to get services from the school system.for those of you with children who have pdd-nos,what can i do for her?how do i make the school understand that she needs the help?and if you dont mind sharing with me what type of "issues" your child has to face with their autism.thank you all so much for taking the time to read this,i will fight for my children till the end but like i said her autism is diffrent from my sons so im kinda lost as where to start. oh and welcome to all the "newbes"you all have lcome to the right place
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