Common Signs and Symptoms for Autism

  • Autism results from a different development of brains from neuro-typicals ("normal people")
  • The signs and symptoms are observable from early childhood.
  • Autistic individuals have great difficulties in verbal and non-verbal communication.
  • They often avoid eye-contact
  • They restrain from social contacts.
  • Autism is characterized by repeated behaviors.
  • Autistic individuals are either hyper- or hypo-sensitive regarding one or more of their sensory organs
  • They hold a great understanding of the happenings around


Parenting Autism

  • Times are changing, in the past years parents with an autistic child had to go through social stigma
  • Autistic individuals find socialising tough, in turn many parents slowly disconnect from social circles and gatherings
  • Each autistic child is unique, parents struggle to understand the traits and also source of help
  • Parents go through long years of therapies, literally moving from pillar to post in hope of help and solace
  • In the long run some go through severe depressive cycles. Some are stirred with a spiritual seeking but the journey is not an easy one
  • Parenting Autism is a penance

Autism as we see it

  • A condition and situation brought about by humanity, gliding away from nature and misuse of it's resources
  • Autism is a call to re-connect to nature, to source, to life in it's true sense and fullness
  • Autistic individuals understand and feel the thoughts, emotions and intentions surrounding them
  • Autism is the call to be empathetic
  • Autism harbors change, good percentage are savants with extra-ordinary skills and innate abilities.
  • We perceive the growing number of autistic individuals as a sign of change, a way to collective living and sharing.