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    Are resources for Autism available where you live?

    Today’s topic is about the types of resources you have available to you in your area. Do you find that there are plenty of resources for Autistic children and adults in your area? If so, roughly what area do you live in.

    Please share your experience trying to locate resources…..




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    I live in Hampshire, England. I have no problem in finding support groups, information and resources to help my sons x

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    Quote Originally Posted by samantha callaway View Post
    I live in Hampshire, England. I have no problem in finding support groups, information and resources to help my sons x
    That’s awesome. I’m really glad to hear that. Unfortunately, in the States, things are pretty different. ­čÖü

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    It shouldn’t be like that :thumbdown:

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    Quote Originally Posted by samantha callaway View Post
    It shouldn’t be like that :thumbdown:
    You’re right, it shouldn’t be. ­čÖü

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    I’m in nebraska and the school is building a sensory room for my son plus they do speech at ur house but for more professional help we have to drive an hr away for his ot otherwise there realky isn’t any programs for help

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    Quote Originally Posted by htaylor3 View Post
    I’m in nebraska and the school is building a sensory room for my son plus they do speech at ur house but for more professional help we have to drive an hr away for his ot otherwise there realky isn’t any programs for help

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    That’s really cool that the school is that helpful. Consider yourself lucky in that area. It sucks that help is so far away though.

    We’re lucky that our speech and OT are pretty close. I always try to remember never to take that for granted…

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    I live in in Victoria British Columbia. I have received amazing support through early intervention… and was quite impressed by the govt support when we got our diagnosis. A little confused about where he falls on the spectrum and what therapy would be best so heres hopin the therapy place our son just started in that has everyone we need in one place helps me figure it out…

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