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  1. Izzie Anderton

    Sounds as though your life is hectic and you have more to cope with than most.
    I have no experience of autism and cannot begin to imagine what life with two autistic children must be like. I can only guess that you need nerves of steel and the patience of a saint.
    Very insightful post – Thank-you

  2. Charly Dove

    A really great post, I love reading your blog. I don't know the answer to your question I'm afraid but awareness of autism seems much higher now than it used to be. If its being diagnosed earlier, does that then mean there is more support available sooner?

  3. Nell Heshram

    It's so important that awareness is raised about this issue. There's a little boy in my son's pre-school class who's probably autistic, and is going through the assessment process. The teacher's brilliant, but there's still a lot of stigma attached, and I can see that other parents can sometimes be less than charitable…it's difficult for all involved, I think.

  4. Tori Wel

    This is such an interesting and Informative post. It must be so hard for you. I find it hard enough being a parent so I think you do an amazing job. Thank you so much for linking up to PoCoLo and for your amazing support – I hope I can support you as much xx

  5. The Beesley Buzz

    I had never thought of it that way around – I usually see it as invisible in the sense that people don't understand why my child behaves the way he does and sometimes I wish I could put a sign on him or me to explain. But the fact that it is those very times that it is clear that there is 'something' going on – perhaps its not so invisible after all. your post has certainly got me thinking – thank you xxx

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