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Your View On Autism / ADHD / Aspergers?
 
# 76 : Wednesday 7-12-2011 @ 22:42
 
 
Someone said :
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With regard to the title of the thread, that looks more like the view from a certain cockpit - oh, right, that's Shaggy's post
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# 77 : Thursday 8-12-2011 @ 10:47
 
 
Someone said :

Your saying that someone with Aspergers or someone who is Autistic just has a problem behaving properly?

No, I believe Autism is a real condition.
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# 78 : Thursday 8-12-2011 @ 11:20
 
 
Someone said :

No, I believe Autism is a real condition.

nice
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# 79 : Thursday 8-12-2011 @ 12:27
 
 
Someone said :

No, I believe Autism is a real condition.

And is Aspergers in your opinion?
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# 80 : Thursday 8-12-2011 @ 12:32
 
 
Someone said :
I love all the new excuses for behavioral problems

unforunately your opinion will not be popular here although ADHD seems to be popping up everywhere. its a great defence for being a little scallywag
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# 81 : Thursday 8-12-2011 @ 12:39
 
 
Someone said :
And is Aspergers in your opinion?

i'd must definitely said it is a real condition. ADHD is way too bandied about though and people who "have it" i have seen them put it on.
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# 82 : Thursday 8-12-2011 @ 15:51
 
 
Someone said :
I love all the new excuses for behavioral problems

Agreed, there are people with all or some of the A's but there are many people who don't have the A's but like to say they do, just like the man-flu or the people who have self diagnosed their bad spelling as dyslexia, sometimes you just can't spell. Dyslexia is way more than that, I know a few people with dyslexia and they have really good spellings, they just tend to spell the wrong words.
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# 83 : Sunday 11-12-2011 @ 11:34
 
 
Someone said :

Agreed, there are people with all or some of the A's but there are many people who don't have the A's but like to say they do,

It seems some incredibly drab, boring people claim they have them to make themselves seem interesting
You are still drab and boring!! You just added annoying to the list
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# 84 : Sunday 11-12-2011 @ 11:41
 
 
Someone said :

It seems some incredibly drab, boring people claim they have them to make themselves seem interesting
You are still drab and boring!! You just added annoying to the list

And then there are dull people who say deliberately offensive things to make them seem more interesting.
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# 85 : Sunday 11-12-2011 @ 11:41
 
 
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# 86 : Sunday 11-12-2011 @ 12:04
 
 
IF you're not autistic and claim to be, then you don't really understand Autism.
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# 87 : Sunday 11-12-2011 @ 12:10
 
 
Someone said :
IF you're not autistic and claim to be, then you don't really understand Autism.

I don't think that people claim to be it's more that it's a convenient catch all diagnosis when some hack of a psychologist is too afraid to say to a parent that their child is a brat.

I'm not sure how common that is though. I wouldn't necessarily agree if someone can't control parts of their behaviour that there isn't in fact a problem there.
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# 88 : Sunday 11-12-2011 @ 12:18
 
 
Someone said :

I wouldn't necessarily agree if someone can't control parts of their behaviour that there isn't in fact a problem there.

That is very true.
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# 89 : Sunday 11-12-2011 @ 13:30
 
 
i have adhd and add aswell as dislxisa and find school easy enough apart from spelling
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# 90 : Sunday 10-2-2013 @ 21:03
 
 
Hmm, now some (but not all) vets say that autism can also be found in dogs.

This is new to me... autistic dogs...

http://www.vetinfo.com/dog-autism-symptoms.html#b

Canines have been found to be beneficial for children or adults that have autism. However, dog autism may also be met. Autism is very rare in dogs and some scientists even doubt the condition is present in canines. Dog autism is believed to be caused by the lack of mirroring neurons in the brain.

Causes of Autism

Dog autism is idiopathic, but it may be a genetic condition, so it may be inherited from a parent or a relative.

Some researchers are working on a theory according to which dog autism may be caused by the lack of mirroring neurons in the brain. However, this is a condition that is congenital. Dogs cannot suddenly become autis tic. They can be born with autism.

There are studies that associate the occurrence of autism in dogs with parents that have been exposed to different toxins and unnecessary vaccinations.

Symptoms of Dog Autism

Dogs with autism may not display any symptoms or the symptoms are very subtle and may not be recognized.

However, some dogs with autism may show some symptoms. The main symptoms of dog autism include:

Dysfunctional interaction with other dogs or owner
Restricted behavior, as autistic dogs may only limit themselves to performing only a few moves avoiding new moves and games
Repetitive actions. Dogs with autism tend to have a routine they like to stick to.
Apathy and inability to communicate joy, fear or other feelings
Lack of activity, even if the breed is a high energy dog
It’s difficult to imagine pets displaying such behaviors, but dogs can behave like this.

Some dog owners that have dogs that are supposed to have autism claim the dogs organize toys according to their size, colors or shapes.

These symptoms should be present from early puppyhood and the puppy may not be able to interact properly with his brothers or mother. A puppy with autism may show lack of interest in food or games.

Dealing with a Dog with Autism

Determining whether a dog has autism is very difficult, as some dogs won’t display any specific behavior. However, if the dog is suspected to have autism, you should pay special attention to him and try to help him.

Dogs with autism should be helped to adapt to new situations and shouldn’t change owners or homes. It is important to maintain your dog’s schedule approximately unaltered and don’t change the furniture or the dog’s crate, so that your pet feels comfortable in places that are familiar.

Dog autism shouldn’t be considered a disease. Even if dogs with autism may not offer affection or crave for affection you should offer him affection. Your dog may also benefit of pet counseling, which can help him become more open and cooperative.

There is no known cure for dog autism.

You may also opt for alternative counseling methods and contact a dog whisperer that may be able to communicate with your dog.

Read more: Dog Autism Symptoms - VetInfo

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