Alex's Greatest Hits 2013
What's not to love about this boy? Everything about him is ausome.
|Alex "helped" me put this together. |
He has this new interest in things that spin and really liked helping with the screwdriver.
After having to take it apart (again) to put it back together (again) because seems
the Goofy child got his inability to follow directions from *one* of his parents,
The Goofy one looks over at me just sweet as can be,
"Mom, can you watch your mouth, please?" Well, since you asked so nicely...
| A medical doctor who can diagnose autism as well as other illnesses and treat the mental health issues associated with autism. |
A psychiatrist can prescribe medication or other treatments to treat issues such as depression and anxiety, aggression, ADD/ ADHD, obsessive-compulsive behavior, tic disorders, and more.
| A medical doctor who can diagnose autism and other neurological disorders. A neurologist also checks the neurological functioning of the body and may order tests such as MRIs or EEGs. |
A neurologist can prescribe medication or other treatments to treat issues such as depression and anxiety, aggression, ADD/ADHD, obsessive-compulsive behavior, tic disorders, seizure disorders, and more.
| A medical doctor who is a pediatrician with special training and certification in developmental-behavioral pediatrics. |
A developmental pediatrician is skilled in diagnosis of autism and developmental disorders. This doctor looks at the whole child and can recommend treatments including medication.
| A licensed psychologist with specialized training in developmental disorders, such as a clinical psychologist or neuropsychologist. |
A psychologist, or neuropsychologist, can diagnose or recommend treatment for autism and other developmental disorders. He or she may address coping skills, behavior management, social skills, and strategies for improving functioning.
|and these are the past 2 weeks.|
|(Busted by Dad. Dog isn't allowed on the bed.)|