It’s often said that girls on the autism spectrum “present differently,” but what exactly does that mean? Today we’re looking at both generalities and a few hallmark specifics of how autistic girls are unlike their male counterparts.
A mom needs help and support for herself as she comes to terms with her son’s varied special needs diagnoses.
My son is about to be evaluated for a speech delay and I’ve never felt so alone.
At what point — when special education and speech therapy and other services are the norm in your child’s life — do you explain to them that they’re different? And how?