Autism or Not Autism? Trust in yourself as a parent

If your child is not diagnosed with autism, but you’re concerned, you may have good reason. We’ll tell you how to find out what is going on and how to get help.

If your child is not diagnosed with autism, but you’re concerned, you may have good reason. We’ll tell you how to find out what is going on and how to get help.

Parent character Paula and her son smiling and waving

It may or may not be autism. But whatever the issue is, you are not alone! There are services and people who can help.

As a parent, you know your child better than anyone.  So you will be a big part of helping the doctors and therapists find out what it is, and know how to help them. This guide will help you feel confident about taking the next steps.

 

Keep reading to see what you can do!

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