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Having a young child with Autism is so hard. Having ANY young child is hard for that matter.

In the middle of a struggle, it is temping to believe that it will always be hard.

In this video, Jessica shares the simple message, “It wont be so hard forever. <br> <h3>Auto Generated Captions</h3>

hey guys it’s Jess so this question
keeps coming up and I wanted to come on
just make this quick one-minute video
for you I’m in between working with
clients and all day every day parents
always ask me you know is that cannot
doesn’t really get better you know I
work a lot with families that have
younger children with autism and at that
point it’s really really hard because
the reality is is that most
two-year-olds three-year-olds they don’t
have a lot of skills and then you might
autism into the equation and there’s
even less skills involved and children
are still learning to communicate they
don’t know how to communicate yet so
they’re having tantrums and you know
it’s the terrible twos but it’s the
terrible twos amplifying and so parents
ask you know can this get better and you
what I can only imagine that one of the
hardest things in the world is to look
at your young child with autism and to
think that maybe what you thought would
be possible for them isn’t going to be
possible and here’s the reality is that
many children who have autism they grew
up in to be happy healthy adults that
they go to school they go to work and
they live a meaningful lives and they
make really great contributions to
society you know and that’s not
everyone’s story but every person does
improve and every person does gain
skills as they get older so you know if
you’re listening to this and you know
first of all it’s what I acknowledge you
for taking the time to watch this I mean
it’s amazing that you’re even here for
your child to support them and not every
child has that so just want to give you
that that sense of knowledge ayman and
credit and if you found this helpful
just you know heart the video or like it
or share it but I just want to let you
know that it may be hard now but it’s
not going to stay this hard forever
I mean if you want to if you need to see
that evidence okay yes you know my child
is can grow up to be a happy healthy
adult you know head over to parent
training videos calm
that’s my youtube channel you can see I
have an interview different adults that
have autism live and interviewed Armando
Bernal he’s amazing he isn’t he had
autism as a child now he’s at BCBA and
he teaches kids with autism I’ve
interviewed Jesse Saperstein who’s he
has books out he’s an autism advocate
I’ve interviewed Carla champ she has
autism and she runs
and Special Olympics and she’s doing the
Boston Marathon so Carla we’re thinking
about you and wishing you well on your
upcoming race so if you want to see
these amazing stories of those
individuals go to parent training videos
calm and you’ll see for yourself that
there are children who gripped autism
who have autism who grew up and live
these amazing fulfilling lives and there
it gets better it does get easier so I
hope this message was helpful for you
thanks guys take care
[Music]
you

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hey guys it’s Jess so this question
keeps coming up and I wanted to come on
just make this quick one-minute video
for you I’m in between working with
clients and all day every day parents
always ask me you know is that cannot
doesn’t really get better you know I
work a lot with families that have
younger children with autism and at that
point it’s really really hard because
the reality is is that most
two-year-olds three-year-olds they don’t
have a lot of skills and then you might
autism into the equation and there’s
even less skills involved and children
are still learning to communicate they
don’t know how to communicate yet so
they’re having tantrums and you know
it’s the terrible twos but it’s the
terrible twos amplifying and so parents
ask you know can this get better and you
what I can only imagine that one of the
hardest things in the world is to look
at your young child with autism and to
think that maybe what you thought would
be possible for them isn’t going to be
possible and here’s the reality is that
many children who have autism they grew
up in to be happy healthy adults that
they go to school they go to work and
they live a meaningful lives and they
make really great contributions to
society you know and that’s not
everyone’s story but every person does
improve and every person does gain
skills as they get older so you know if
you’re listening to this and you know
first of all it’s what I acknowledge you
for taking the time to watch this I mean
it’s amazing that you’re even here for
your child to support them and not every
child has that so just want to give you
that that sense of knowledge ayman and
credit and if you found this helpful
just you know heart the video or like it
or share it but I just want to let you
know that it may be hard now but it’s
not going to stay this hard forever
I mean if you want to if you need to see
that evidence okay yes you know my child
is can grow up to be a happy healthy
adult you know head over to parent
training videos calm
that’s my youtube channel you can see I
have an interview different adults that
have autism live and interviewed Armando
Bernal he’s amazing he isn’t he had
autism as a child now he’s at BCBA and
he teaches kids with autism I’ve
interviewed Jesse Saperstein who’s he
has books out he’s an autism advocate
I’ve interviewed Carla champ she has
autism and she runs
and Special Olympics and she’s doing the
Boston Marathon so Carla we’re thinking
about you and wishing you well on your
upcoming race so if you want to see
these amazing stories of those
individuals go to parent training videos
calm and you’ll see for yourself that
there are children who gripped autism
who have autism who grew up and live
these amazing fulfilling lives and there
it gets better it does get easier so I
hope this message was helpful for you
thanks guys take care
[Music]
you

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In the middle of a struggle, it is temping to believe that it will always be hard.

In this video, Jessica shares the simple message, “It wont be so hard forever.

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