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swtgrl_bee

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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #30 on: February 27, 2012, 02:31:06 am »

^Sis sinong Dev Pedia mo if you don't mind. Thanks :)
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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #31 on: February 27, 2012, 08:03:55 am »

My son's Dev Ped is Dra. Conducto, but before her I saw 2 dev ped. sa kanya lang ako ng stick cz she's a neuro dev ped..
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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #32 on: February 27, 2012, 08:28:41 am »

@momy jazz, yaya mentioned nga that Kris' son is enrolled at the center too and even jenelyn mercado's son.. sya ang ng tsismis sa akin.. Maybe our sons go to the same center, mine is in ortigas.. siguro sa 2 yrs na syang ng therapy, I only went there 10x lang. Si yaya ang ng cocontroll sa kanya.. Minsan ayoko yung way ni yaya na i control sya  pero wala ako magawa kc sya yung lagi niya kasama, mag 3 yrs na kc yung yaya sa amin.. I can't afford naman 2 yayas to look after my son. Hayyy, anyway ganun talaga.. having special child is a blessing din naman, keeps me humble all the time din..
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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #33 on: February 28, 2012, 01:17:10 pm »

i heard the same "balita" rin from my ate. she saw the two kids you mentioned. paranaque naman kami  :D
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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #34 on: March 09, 2016, 05:07:45 pm »

Sis Elenrn,
sis musta na ang anak mo? ilang taon na sya ngyun?same tayo ng case ng anak, sped na sya ngyun one word kahit papanu may alam na sabihin

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Kristine Abril

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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #35 on: April 27, 2016, 03:06:09 pm »

Hi to all..Im new here..hope na may magreply sa message ko..problem ko kc may son is 2 and 2months na pero di pa zya ngsasalita az in..puro ah..ah lang at puro turo ng daliri kung ano guz2 niya..may signs zya ng autism katulad ng tip toe walking,spinning pero may eye contact zya..pg inutuzan mo nzunod naman..kaya di ko malaman kung asd ba zya or delayed lang..zbi ng pedia niya bka delayed lang kc pgtatanung niya ng parts ng body katulad ng nose,eyes etc. tnuturo naman niya..pero naiicp ko pa din bkit di zya ngsasalita..any comments po or suggestions mula zainyo highly appreciated..salamat
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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #36 on: April 27, 2016, 03:40:41 pm »

@Kristine: hi sis. much better if pa consult mo siya sa developmental pedia for your peace of mind  :)
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Kristine Abril

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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #37 on: April 27, 2016, 03:44:08 pm »

@blackrainbow..Yes we have a zked on fri. kay Doc Joel Lazaro in Calamba Doctors..di lang talaga ako mapakali..hehe
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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #38 on: April 27, 2016, 04:23:40 pm »

@Kristine: ganun talaga sis. ganyan din ako nung nag aantay pa ko ng schedule sa devped eh. Ito pala tip ng devped namin. Kung my gusto yung anak mo or tinuturo sabihin mo daw 3 times (yung item malapit sa bibig) kung ano yun para ma familiar ang bata bago mo ibigay sa bata. Saka my eye contact naman anak mo kaya hindi ka mahihirapan magturo sa kanya. Bili mo siya ng mga charts or books to identify ng mga bagay :)
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Avee Mendoza

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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #39 on: April 16, 2020, 09:43:36 am »

Hi fellow parents :)

I'm facing a possible ASD diagnosis for my daughter and I wanted to ask:

1. Looking back, what behavior did your child display that you did not really worry about, but eventually turned out to be an ASD sign?

2. How long did it take you to completely accept the diagnosis?

Thank you (in advance) for your responses! :)

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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #40 on: April 16, 2020, 02:54:42 pm »

@Avee, welcome to Parent Chat. To ans your Q,

1) His incessant crying and demand for attention that hampers my normal routine including going to the bathroom, sleeping and cooking. I thought it was all normal for a toddler.

2) Upon seeing a Developmental Pediatrician - immediately because I finally understood the reason behind the stress Im going through. There was still doubt and denial on my part even when he's undergoing therapy already until I met with fellow Moms of ASD kids and shared stories with them.
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Re: Torn between ASD and Developmental delay
« Reply #41 on: April 16, 2020, 03:23:53 pm »

Thank you so much for your response @Mommy Jazz

I am still bracing myself for that day na i-confirm sakin ng dev ped na she is in the spectrum.

My daughter has a major red flag kasi, aside from her inconsistent na name response, she does not point. Well, she does sometimes pero sa illustrations lang sa books or flashcards, I've never seen her point to anything far away or point to something na gusto niya kunin namin for her.

She is also not yet talking. Mostly babbling pa din, with the exception of maybe 10 or 15 words (ex. bubbles, apple, ice cream which she pronounces i-seem :D and she can say "I see you" when we play peek-a-boo and "I love you" but only in response to the song skidamarink)

Anyway, I am steeling myself for that day that my fears are confirmed. Threads like these are so helpful.

Thanks again :)
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