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October 27th, 2009, 09:10 AM
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My husband and I have 4 wonderful children. As our 4th (a son) turned 1.5, he started handflapping and repeating running and jumping paths in our house and other large spaces. He is now almost 4 and it has gotten to be stronger the motions.
He is incredibly social, makes eye contact and is super smart (not being biased, just quoting his preschool teacher) .
His pediatrican is sending him to the Neuro to make sure he is not having anything neurologically going on. He also said that he would not diagnose anything until he was older. My worry is that if it is something like Aspergers or ADHD, then we can start behavior modification before he enters traditional school.
Anyone relate to our story? If so, what worked well for your child? We only want what is best for him in the long-run.
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