This is Autism, the hidden disability

I have been deeply touched by how many friends, family and other parents who’s lives are touched by Autisim that have read my last blog post “This is Autism, the hidden disability” that have got in touch to offer kind words of support, or to say “we never realised, how much Lachlan having Autisim impacted on not just Lachlan’s life, but all out lives” or to say “we can relate to all you have said”, or “we do understand, you are not alone”. Thoes who shared my post to raise awareness to others about what life with Autism is really like, thank you. If everyone was more aware of Autism and what Autisim is and how it impacts on thoes affected the world really would be a better place.

About a boy, a family and Autism

I started this blog as I wanted to create a positive space to show how far we have come, don’t get me wrong my magical wee man has moved mountains to get to where we are today, in this post I am going to be 100% honest with the world about the complete living hell, living with Autism is not just for Lachlan but for his brother and sister and us his parents. This post has been bubbling and building in me for months, I am at breaking point now, exhausted, broken and deeply hurt, this is the result of the constant battle against ignorant people, a system that doesn’t work and an uncaring world.

Every thoughtless coment, wounds.

I now fully understand what other parents meant when they referred to Autism as the hidden disability.

Do you have any idea how much my little boy suffers?

Do you have…

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