You know how to handle your child’s medical needs. After all, you’ve probably had to jump through enough hoops to get a diagnosis in the first place, and what you don’t know about their condition isn’t worth knowing; but when they start at school and they aren’t in your care, those medical needs are going to be met by people who may not be aware of what needs to be done, should be done and what to avoid.
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Temple Grandin, an autism activist, writer and professor's advice for parents is to start working with their child early. Interacting with them as well as "teaching them words." Temple Grandin also happens to be autistic.
There is no substitute for the parents when it comes to detecting early warning signs for autism. Parents are usually the first to notice developmental delays or quirks than a pediatrician would during a fifteen minute check-up.