Autism & Smiling

Autism Smiling - Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 15th Jul, 2012 - 5:21pm

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15th Jul, 2012 - 5:21pm / Post ID: #

Autism & Smiling

Autism & Smiling

When you look at your autistic child and smile does he / she smile back at you? My sons acknowledge my smile and smile back but often they become shy or uninterested as they are unaware what the smile is for as in seeing them do something do something special. This is a unique quality in my own sons as I know other parents with autistic children do not have this 'luxury' of even having their children look at them.



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Autism & Smiling

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More opinions appreciated on autism & smiling is a good topic actively so maybe hopefully get so I can decide for myself.

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