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Well that is one of the common autistic traits, that he won't be compassionate, which has proven false. A lot of times he'll notice and he'll report it like a fact, "Ryan fell down." and he needs to be prompted, "Why don't you ask him if he's alright?" and then he'll say, "Are you alright, Ryan?"
When Ethan falls down Georgie is quick to go give him a kiss and see if he's OK but it is more because it is what she has been taught to do. Ethan is my sweet one, he wants to know why every baby or kid is crying and always wants to make boo boo's feel better.
If Madie gets hurt, Erik is right there to help her, but if its another child, he just kinda looks at them and an adult like are you going to do something to help them...he looks concerned, but doesn't go and try to help them