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But here's the thing, I'm not really sure what the proper response should be. Once during a job interview , when I was being upfront about my life and the need to work a day from home to accommodate my son's therapy sessions, the boss interviewing me said she was sorry. But she also asked if "I'm sorry" was the right response. She wanted to make sure she was appropriate and didn't offend going forward. I shrugged and said, "I'm not really sure." I wish I had the answer for this one, but I don't. Maybe going forward your response to "My son has autism" should just be "OK," or "If you ever need anything, I'm here."

Early speech or behavioral interventions can help children with autism gain self-care , social, and communication skills. [6] Although there is no known cure, [6] there have been cases of children who recovered. [14] Not many children with autism live independently after reaching adulthood, though some are successful. [7] An autistic culture has developed, with some individuals seeking a cure and others believing autism should be accepted as a difference and not treated as a disorder . [15]


Autism single parent dating

Autism single parent dating