Language skills ,socially
The following is a small blurb and my comments, from and autism group I'm on and reflects the frustration of many in autism. A few sentences before this the same child was referred to as very bright. I can see where we would present that way autism is both mr/dd and Einstein. I can also see where modern autism folks are even worse off than we were when it comes to social "ideals." Modern Autism helps too much and their experts only know normal thought and compare us to that-if only they knew the rest of the story-or would care to listen?
"Her language skills are very low and she doesn't socialize appropriately, she gets frustrated often and seeks out sensory experiences. IF she could get some real help with building her language skills and learning how to socialize, she would be fine. "
From Rich Shull
This is point in modern autism where our hard earned autism social skills would fit perfectly. Unknown to the autism experts are the very basics of autism's core thought process. If she had the chance to do what we did(absently) or was taught her invisible to her sub thoughts (autism) she would shine like many of us do in that UN admitted to Temple Grandin anthropology. Autism is nothing more than a "foreign language" that is naturally programmed in our brains. Those of us making it out of autism's grasp simply figured out our thought process and made "rain man" talk. Trust me what we have figured out is an entire "new" human thought process that is several steps below normal thoughts and also several step above it, when the two meet we come out normal.
This gal will shine someday when she figures out her picture in picture thoughts on her own like we did. They make us social and allow us to make and keep eye contact, read body language and still think as we are programmed. It took many of us 30-40 years or even more to learn this by default if modern Autism would care to listen for a change it to would see what we see. If autism really cared they would unite our anthropology. Perhaps with your help and 'push' they might investigate all of autism?
Sincerely Rich Shull
"Life has a certain flavor for those who have fought and risked all, that the sheltered and protected can never experience" John Stuat Mill-Philosopher-1806-1873