Puberty & Children on the Autism Spectrum
July 21, 2011
Every adolescent must endure the trials of puberty. The physical and chemical changes of the teenage years take place in every person’s body, whether they have autism or not. Parents of children on the spectrum should be well prepared when these changes begin, however, as this stage of growing up is stressful for anyone, but especially for people with ASD who prefer predictability.
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Topics:Living with Autism
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