Autism and violence in adults and children – Agression Behavior

Hi everyone,  I came across this article on violence and autism in about.com, and I have to say that I found the article and comments very interesting.  I for one have a lot of identification with many of the comments.  After reading it I was anxious to post it so that others in the same situation would know that they are not alone in what seems to be an all to common circumstance.

After reading,  please feel free to come back to my page and comment on your thoughts, I am curious to read other peoples views on this article, also it may shine some light on the topic, as well as help others who may be going through the same thing.  http://specialchildren.about.com/b/2009/03/27/autistic-kids-violent-adults.htm

About Adult autism

Hi all, this blog is basically going to be about bringing awareness to the topic of adults with autism as well as sharing my and my autistic son's experiences. I hope you enjoy and learn alot along the way. Oh, and please do feel free to leave comments they are very much appreciated. :-)
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4 Responses to Autism and violence in adults and children – Agression Behavior

  1. Nicole says:

    I enjoyed the article and it really helped me get clarity involving my son who is diagnosed with autism. He expresses voilent behavior at times and I have been told he isnt autistic because of his voilent outbursts. Thank you for bringing this site to my knowledge.

  2. Adult autism says:

    Hi Nicole, I too was glad to come across it. I’m also pleased it brought you some sort of clarity. Out of curiosity, are the people who are telling you he is not autistic professionals?

  3. Julian Watson says:

    Suffering from same, looking for any kind of info. I can find

    • Adult autism says:

      I am sorry to hear that. But, at the same time we musn’t lose hope. If you don’t mind my asking, how old is your child and what state are you from. Maybe I can email you some links with resources.

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