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he would most likely never speak, dress hsliemf, feed hsliemf or even be potty trained. I was pregnant at the time and his recommendation was that we put David in a residential facility "before we get too attached," and "where he could get the help he needs." He told us to focus on the child that would soon arrive. After listening to his predictions we informed him that David could feed and dress hsliemf and he had been potty trained for almost 2 years. David has continued to progress beyond any expectations. His teacher was surprised to know he could do complex math in the 4th grade. They had been teaching him to use a calculator and didn't get it to him fast enough one day so he did the work on his own. She called me to report his amazing skill. I informed her that David had been doing math at home for years. I didn't know he was using a calculator at school. I assumed the work he brought home had been done independently. David was assessed a few years back and his expressive communication is still between a 3 to 5 year old level and his behaviors are still challenging but he continues to progress and I'm happy to say he continues to be happy living at home with his mom and dad. Never limit your expectation because there is no limit to the ability of a child or an adult with autism. :)
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