One of the most well- documented cases of severe autism with self-injurious behavior and seizure issues–presented for public awareness, advocacy and education. .
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23 thoughts on “Show Me One Year With Severe Autism”
yeah when he s in the pool he s calm, relaxed. and when he starts laughing I cried. you see he opens up and has a great moment.
I love when he laughs. It makes my heart smile. I’m sure it’s rare for you to hear it… <3
@WejYllemS You must be related to Adolf Hitler and be one of those narcisstic sociopaths who think they’re genetically superior. FYI: there is NO solid evidence this is genetic. Several studies show autism is acquired. Also, I suggest you volunteer for studies on sociopaths, to see what your genes will reveal.
@kgaccount by the way i demand you’re son and family be destroyed and bleached to help eliminate one of the gene pools that produces something as awful as this thing!
GOD BLESS YOU HONEY AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL FAMILY I TOO HAVE A 16 YR OLD SON SEVERELY AUTISTIC , MOOD DISORDERS ,SEIZURES, ADHD AND OMG THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS WE GO THROUGH AS A FAMILY NO ONE CAN TRULY UNDERSTAND UNTIL THEY ARE TOUCHED BY SOMEONE WITH AUTISM MY THOUGHTS ANND PRAYERS ARE ALWAYS WITH THE FAMILIES THAT AUTISM HAS AFFECTED . THE ROAD IS LONG AND TREACHEROUS BUT I WOULDNT TRADE MY SON FOR ANYTHING IN THE WORLD HE IS MY HERO AND MY ANGEL HES TAUGHT ME WHAT UNCONDITIONAL LOVE IS
My little brother has autism and he hits himself too. He cant feel certian stuff because he has a sensetivity thing where he can only feel some things. Your son looks like a handful. My brother is too. He hits his teachers at school and now he only goes half days. I hope you are alll good. 🙂
You obviously love your son very much and are doing a great job with him! I am also the mother of a severely autistic son who is 16. It is tough and heart wrenching at times but you truly have to cherish those happy moments.
This almost brought tears to my eyes………….
what a handsome boy
@kgaccount He also does not have Fragile X, which is a commonly mistaken for autism.
@Kevysmom04 Genetic testing has ruled out Angelman’s syndrome, as well as it’s sister disorder: "prader will syndrome." James does not have these syndromes. Many children with these syndromes however can act autistic like…
@kgaccount And I still have yet (after months of searching) to find any videos that even come close to the honesty you show here. It’s so frustrating, people need to see kids/adults with LFA and MFA so they know the challenges parents face and fight against the budget cuts!
He loves the water! 🙂
I wonder what Jamey would have done if you fell into the pool.
My 10 year old daughter has severe autism. She also has a seizure disorder. I see that you use music therapy to make him feel better. What kinds of music works best to calm him?
He looks so normal. It’s like if they found what was torturing his brain he could just come out of it.
There are so many examples of genetic anomalies that can be treated with diet…PKU being one of the most striking.
Maybe if "Autism Speaks for only those with voices and high IQ’s" wasn’t so caught up with itself…
I’m sorry…I wish I knew the answer. The laughter was beautiful.
He’s such a handsome young man. I have a mildly autistic child and I was feeling sorry for myself, until seeing your video. God bless you and your family.
@c0decub,, it’s FlyLeaf .. Music at the first of the vid. He seemed to do better , @kgaccount.
@kgaccount Happy to see Jamey doing better! My son loves water too. Try a garden hose set to "rain". I think it’s the patterns the water makes that’s so attracting.
relieved to know that he is doing better and laughing more… i can only imagine the joy you and your family feels when that happens… thank you for being a source of valuable information and hope that others and Jamie can benefit more from what you’re doing… 🙂
Thank you for this look at like you said – the good, the bad, and the better. It really showcases how complex severe Autism is. I have to say, my favourite part of this video was Jamey’s laugh…so infectious. And that belly laugh at the end?! You couldn’t help but smile and laugh along with him.
God Bless you all,
Last clip was taken a few days ago, so he’s doing better now. A sudden acute allergy sent him into 4 days of non stop self-injurious behavior because his nose was stuffed and he couldn’t suck his thumb or chew on sensory necklace. We worked super hard to get him back to baseline, I think he took at least 3 baths a day….and lots of hot tubbing…very soothing with a few drops eucalyptus in bath, by the way…Jamey’s been laughing a lot more past few months
Hey Jamey, glad to see you again! Hope you’re doing well buddy and know you are always in our thoughts!