The only way I can think of to ask this is to just come right out and ask. Where are the teenagers with autism? It seems like all I hear about is the younger kids. I know autism does not disappear, so what is the deal with teenagers? Does it get so much beeter at that age that parents no longer need to share or ask for advise or what? I am asking because I am a little worried about Adam when he gets bigger, and I mean physically, that if somethings do not get under control now then he is going to be impossible to handle once he is a teenager with teenager thoughts and strength.
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