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#1 Mar 20 2013 at 10:58 AM Rating: Decent
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http://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/health-officials-50-school-kids-autism-18768933

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The new statistic comes from a national phone survey of more than 95,000 parents in 2011 and 2012. Less than a quarter of the parents contacted agreed to answer questions, and it's likely that those with autistic kids were more interested than other parents in participating in a survey on children's health, CDC officials said.

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"We've been underestimating" how common autism is, said Michael Rosanoff of Autism Speaks, an advocacy group. He believes the figure is at least 1 in 50.

Fuck you, Mike. When we get to "every child is autistic" do you get a set of steak knives?

Everyone's aware of rich white people diseases. Things no one needs to work on "increasing awareness" of:

Breast Cancer
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We've got it. Wear rubbers, check your tits, and get a diagnosis for your kid if they aren't an overachiever.
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#2 Mar 20 2013 at 11:03 AM Rating: Decent
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For decades, autism meant kids with severe language, intellectual and social impairments and unusual, repetitious behaviors.
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I thought we called them Indigo Children or Crystal Children now to celebrate how they are actually gifted with paranormal New Age powers.
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I thought we called them Indigo Children or Crystal Children now to celebrate how they are actually gifted with paranormal New Age powers.

Did "brain gimped" go out of fashion? I haven't checked ICD recently.
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It's only because they are classifying more things as "autism" than before. When I was younger I jumped from one obsession to the next and they called it asperger's. Then I grew up and now I just call it "focus".

It's important to get kids who truly have debilitating conditions the help they need - but you're right - it's out of control now.

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My wife seems to think our second has some autism spectrum or whatever the fuck it is, because he took some MegaBlox and sorted them by color. He's thirteen months old, I see that as a good sign of development, not something to classify as a disorder.
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It's only because they are classifying more things as "autism" than before.

Well, not "only" that. For instance, the CDC said that the results were likely weighted because it was a voluntary survey and parents with autistic children are more likely to fill out a survey regarding autism than other parents.
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It's actually fairly comm...Oh! Peanuts yay!
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I see you hate your children. I bet you buy RoseArt crayons, too. Smiley: frown
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My wife seems to think our second has some autism spectrum or whatever the fuck it is, because he took some MegaBlox and sorted them by color. He's thirteen months old, I see that as a good sign of development, not something to classify as a disorder.

What color is his aura?
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My wife seems to think our second has some autism spectrum or whatever the **** it is, because he took some MegaBlox and sorted them by color. He's thirteen months old

I'm sure your wife is lovely, and has many winning qualities. Knowing of her only in the vacuum of your reference, she sounds like a panicky high maintenance dimwit. If your kid only wants to sort blocks, and doesn't start talking for two more years, then worry.
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I see you hate your children. I bet you buy RoseArt crayons, too. Smiley: frown

What's wrong with MegaBlox? They're perfect for 1-3 years, before switching to Duplos.

And I don't buy RoseArt, but other family members do.
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My wife seems to think our second has some autism spectrum or whatever the @#%^ it is, because he took some MegaBlox and sorted them by color. He's thirteen months old

I'm sure your wife is lovely, and has many winning qualities. Knowing of her only in the vacuum of your reference, she sounds like a panicky high maintenance dimwit. If your kid only wants to sort blocks, and doesn't start talking for two more years, then worry.

No, you've got her pretty much right. Jacob (and Thom, for that matter) is pretty much as perfectly normal as you can get.
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No, you've got her pretty much right. Jacob (and Thom, for that matter) is pretty much as perfectly normal as you can get.

That "h" in his name can be removed with surgery once he gets a little older.
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the CDC said that the results were likely weighted because it was a voluntary survey and parents with autistic children are more likely to fill out a survey regarding autism than other parents.


Or parents who think their kids are autistic because some doctor couldn't find any other way to explain why little jane wasn't interested in the overload of options her parents gave her and instead honed in on one thing. It all comes back to the same issue - loads of kids are getting misdiagnosed and branded with labels that follow them the rest of their lives because parents can't just.. let them play with the **** blocks.
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I heard that Jenny McCarthy's kid is autistic. Did you hear that Jenny McCarthy's kid is autistic? Jenny McCarthy says that Jenny McCarth's kid is autistic because she vaccinated Jenny McCarthy's kid. Jenny McCarthy cares deeply about autism.

Personally, I think Jenny McCarthy's kid has autism because she's an annoying person.

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I thought we called them Indigo Children or Crystal Children now to celebrate how they are actually gifted with paranormal New Age powers.

Did "brain gimped" go out of fashion? I haven't checked ICD recently.
I'm ok with brain gimped, at the very least it's not some of that new age crap.
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Personally, I think Jenny McCarthy's kid has autism because she's an annoying person.

That's cruel and hateful.

Besides, it's obviously the wrath of God inflicted upon her for being a pornographer and *****.
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the CDC said that the results were likely weighted because it was a voluntary survey and parents with autistic children are more likely to fill out a survey regarding autism than other parents.


Or parents who think their kids are autistic because some doctor couldn't find any other way to explain why little jane wasn't interested in the overload of options her parents gave her and instead honed in on one thing. It all comes back to the same issue - loads of kids are getting misdiagnosed and branded with labels that follow them the rest of their lives because parents can't just.. let them play with the **** blocks.


This. A thousand times, this. I think that parents seem to think that any behavior at all is somehow "wrong" and requires some kind of adjustment. I don't get it. Kids go through lots of phases when developing. Let them do it and move on. Trying to diagnose a kid at that early age for anything is pretty ridiculous.
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Diagnosing is a very difficult thing to do, especially with things like autism spectrum disorders since there's a lot of grey area and because especially in young children it can change as they grow up.

Basically, you don't have an autism spectrum disorder unless you both tick enough of the boxes and experience (severe) difficulties in your day to day life because of those things. Growing up, learning to deal with who you are and external influences can all change whether you experience difficulties or not.

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I thought we called them Indigo Children or Crystal Children now to celebrate how they are actually gifted with paranormal New Age powers.


This is actually only true if they were born in the presence of a shamanic dolphin.
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I think that parents seem to think that any behavior at all is somehow "wrong" and requires some kind of adjustment.

This is a little overblown, but yes, it happens. It's important to remember that while there are "fix my not perfect child" parents, there are also people with children who don't start speaking or responding to visual cues until age 4, people with extremely violent toddlers, etc. Child mental illness is a real thing. Also, I wouldn't hang over-diagnosis completely on helicopter parents, this idea that child mental health clinicians are just exasperated and cave in to the demands of concerned parents is ********* There are many clinicians who feel pressured to diagnosis for a variety of reasons. Malpractice concerns, summer homes in the Hamptons, etc.
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Everyone is screwed up somehow, doesn't mean we need to give everyone counseling and pills for the rest of their life.

No, it doesn't. Fortunately, no one's making that argument. That said, there are some people who do need care for their entire lives. A profession doing a poor job of distinguishing one from another is a problem, but on balance, you'd probably want to err on the side of treating people who don't really need it rather than missing people who do.
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There's so much grey area there I wonder how they deal with it sometimes. Obviously not as we'd all like sometimes. Making a call on a kid like that's borderline or what not can't be easy or fun.
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#30 Mar 20 2013 at 6:35 PM Rating: Excellent
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This.

When I was undergoing training to supervise Autistic children and adults we covered the spectrum. Quite amusingly every single person on the course felt a little freaked at first to see that we all demonstrated some attributes of Autism. Thing is .. it's about the quantity and severity of those attributes.

There is a major difference between a meltdown of an Autistic child who has been unable to accept a change in plan versus a spoilt or unruly child who does not have a toy they want. A child who is truly autistic will have parents who are concerned about the childs future. Will they mix as an adult? What will happen when the parents die? A child will get away with behaviors that are not widely accepted in adults.

You need to draw the line somewhere and for me, it's where the person is diagnosed because they need lifelong assistance. Not because they show a mild attribute of the autism spectrum and go on to live a healthy and independent life.

So to paraphrase myself "The survey is a crock"




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For every human behaviour there is a spectrum. Every Human will be moving around on the spectrum somewhere. It's when a child or adult is consistently up one extreme end of the spectrum that they might feel it impacts negatively on themselves, and a psychiatrist will diagnose a "mental disorder". For instance take gregariousness as a spectrum. Up one end, You don't want to talk to or look at anyone. Up the other end you cannot shut up around other people.

Depending on the context of your life, and your other behaviour spectrums, being up the non talkative end might mean you are a normal person who is stressed out or angry and just wants a time-out to decompress. Or If you're up there all the time, combined with other behaviors, you might have: brain damage; Agrophobia; Social Phobia; Schizophrenia; PTSD, Dissociative Disorder; Depression; Autism, etc. Being up the extremely talkative end might mean you're a normal person seeing someone you love for the first time in ages, you're celebrating a success, or you're drunk. Or if you're up there all the time, and given other contexts to your life, you might have: Borderline Personality Disorder; Manic-Depression; Schizophrenia; Autism where you can't conceive of other humans needing a turn at talking or of getting tired of you; brain damage; Tourettes etc.
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My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
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My daughter gets home, strips down to her underwear and tackles and bites the dog. I don't think she's autistic, just a *****.
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My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
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My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
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My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
He possibly has something wrong with him that's really interfering in his life, and his doctors can't or haven't pinned it down for him yet. It'll be driving him nuts. Once you have the correct diagnosis, you can Do something to alleviate the symptoms.
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When I was young I read "Dibs: In Search of Self" and decided that I was autistic.
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Nadenu wrote:
My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
He possibly has something wrong with him that's really interfering in his life, and his doctors can't or haven't pinned it down for him yet. It'll be driving him nuts. Once you have the correct diagnosis, you can Do something to alleviate the symptoms.


Can't tell if serious... Smiley: um

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Funnily, I always thought there was a good chance that Smash was kind of autistic. Not even kidding.
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Funnily, I always thought there was a good chance that Smash was kind of autistic. Not even kidding.

Asberger's, like Grissom on CSI.
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Nadenu wrote:
My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
He possibly has something wrong with him that's really interfering in his life, and his doctors can't or haven't pinned it down for him yet. It'll be driving him nuts. Once you have the correct diagnosis, you can Do something to alleviate the symptoms.

The only thing he has is "need attention" syndrome. He's fine. Very normal, very healthy.
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Funnily, I always thought there was a good chance that Smash was kind of autistic. Not even kidding.

No, what I have is "I live in a world populated and controlled by people who are almost exclusively as stupid and unaware as children". Pretty common among those of my intellectual strata. There are no content, happy, well adjusted very smart people. Gather 10 4 year olds, and allow them to make all of your household decisions for a year and at the end of that you'll get a small taste of how I view the world.
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Gather 10 4 year olds, and allow them to make all of your household decisions for a year and at the end of that you'll get a small taste of how I view the world.

If you're so smart, how come you're letting four year olds make all your household decisions? Show some backbone!
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Funnily, I always thought there was a good chance that Smash was kind of autistic. Not even kidding.

No, what I have is "I live in a world populated and controlled by people who are almost exclusively as stupid and unaware as children". Pretty common among those of my intellectual strata. There are no content, happy, well adjusted very smart people. Gather 10 4 year olds, and allow them to make all of your household decisions for a year and at the end of that you'll get a small taste of how I view the world.

Delusions of Grandeur thread now? How did you view the world when Disney security was dragging your foamy mouth out of the park? Did 10 4 year olds conspire to get that done?

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Did 10 4 year olds conspire to get that done?
I bet they were liberals, too.
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Delusions of Grandeur thread now? How did you view the world when Disney security was dragging your foamy mouth out of the park? Did 10 4 year olds conspire to get that done?

They actually drag you under the park, through a tunnel, and then up out of a parking lot a surprisingly long way from the park. I don't have delusions of grandeur, you're confusing it with the lack of false modesty I also don't bother with. Of course, I realize it's expected to treat others as intellectual equals even when they aren't, but I'm not going to. Mainly because the expectations of idiots don't mean that much to me.
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I guess trying to bite Goofy's neck until he bleeds to death is 'intellectual' now.
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My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
He possibly has something wrong with him that's really interfering in his life, and his doctors can't or haven't pinned it down for him yet. It'll be driving him nuts. Once you have the correct diagnosis, you can Do something to alleviate the symptoms.


Yea, the problem is too much unsupervised access to Google searches. I'm sure the kid is fine, just interested in learning about various human conditions.
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Nadenu wrote:
My oldest son has decided he's autistic. A few months ago he had Tourettes. I anxiously await his next diagnosis.
He possibly has something wrong with him that's really interfering in his life, and his doctors can't or haven't pinned it down for him yet. It'll be driving him nuts. Once you have the correct diagnosis, you can Do something to alleviate the symptoms.


Yea, the problem is too much unsupervised access to Google searches. I'm sure the kid is fine, just interested in learning about various human conditions.

Do you know Nads son?
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