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    It very common for kids with asd to have food isuses. It not uncommon for them to eat only a few foods and only a certain brand and a certain size.

    Being violent and inappropriate sexual is also not uncommon. He will need lots of support from professionals.
    Not being able Read social cues and social interaction is a major part asd.

    I don't anything to help with the rest.

    My teen has severe anxiety in social conditions and that can make her act out in ways. She also tries to not be out in public if she can avoid it.


 

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