It all comes down to the Upbringing that leads to Success

There are so many ways to bring up a child, but what is right and what is wrong. I learned that to bring up a child with special needs, you need to have dedication, patience, and understanding of that child. To grow children with special needs like Autism Spectrum to grow up to be functioning adults is very hard to do. There needs to be an understanding of what the child needs and all the support he or she can get to achieve success. If there are even siblings the child has too, there needs to be understanding from the siblings as well since this child will need more support than the siblings who are Neurotypical. I feel that there is no body else in the world that is like my mother. She knows hows to challenge and at the same time comfort because she has a natural understanding of what is going on with the Autism Spectrum and many other people with special needs.

I feel that any single person can express themselves on how they feel. I have been talking to friends of mine that also have Asperger’s like myself and we have talked about the fact that Asperger’s is very mild. While Autism can be very severe in many cases, it is very hard for the person to express themselves vocally. Many people who don’t understand this will get frustrated, not knowing what to do. This can lead to the person with Autism Spectrum to get frustrated and upset as well.

In any case, people can really learn from my mother and others who have a understanding of the factors involved about Autism Spectrum. There are so many new and interesting ways to support and help someone on the Autism Spectrum without thinking of cures like knowing how to motivate people on the Autism Spectrum. While also teaching people on the Autism Spectrum the skills that are needed in this world that Neurotypicals take for granted because they know it from the very beginning. Then and only then will people on the Autism Spectrum attain the necessary skills for success.

Take it easy and relax.

out, J

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