Our Nice New Morning Routine…All Thanks To A New Med…
January 24, 2014
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January 24, 2014
Written byFrank Campagna
I’m a 48 year old neurotypical dad with a 14 year old son with severe, non-verbal autism & epilepsy. I created this blog to rant about autism & epilepsy while celebrating my son who I affectionately call “the king” :-).
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Found your blog maybe 15 minutes ago, already bookmarked, thank you!
I headed into comments thinking I would comment about how my husbands suggestion to stop doing so much chores and spend more time with my son has had the same effect on my son, he has been snuggling, kissing and showing so much affection. He has an overall cheery disposition. But now Im mortified with the pipi touching!!!! I have a decade to prepare D:
When I was a kid my immune system went on a thyroid attack. Within a week it was dead as a doornail, but it took weeks for the dr's to get a clue. I've been taking thyroid meds for decades. Congrats on getting the answers, and on heading in a better direction.
Autism Daddy if you ever decide to go on vacation to Virginia Beach VA for a week There is a day camp for kids with autism called campgonnawannagoagin its from 9:00 to 3:00 there you can have a bit of respite from Kyle while on vacation the camp runs from the beginning of July to mid August they do alot of fun activities like trips and swimming! http://camp4autism.org/summercamp.htm
Congrats so happy for everyone
Haha "put it away" ," hands out of your pants" lol
Have you been following research on using Medical Marijuana for seizures? I am hesitant but it appears to be making remarkable strides with slowing or even stopping seizures. Our son does not have seizures but if he did I would consider this. It is not as bad as we have all been told.
My son is 11 yrs old and severe ASD/ non-verbal and obsessively touches the lamp too– btw he is starting to want to touch himself but he isn't doing it that often is it going to become a "thing" and occasionally touching is just the beginning?
I too have an out of wack thyroid, I have been on diff forms of synthroid since 3rd grade and I'll be 30 this year. Getting that figured out and on the right meds was the best ever! Mine messed up my sleeping, I could NOT fall asleep at night and once I finally did id be up every couple hrs crying for my mom :-/ once I graduates Hs, it had evened itself out and I didn't need the synthroid anymore but pregnancy brought it back, I was on meds for hyper- with my first daughter (my 'normal' kiddo lol) and then hypo- with my second (my yet to be diagnosed aspie). So glad they found it before it got really out of wack!