Mum of two autistic children shares how to spot condition in kids

Mum of two autistic children shares how to spot condition in kids

Adam Porter, six A mum has issued guidance for spotting autism in children. Mum-of-four Kirsty Porter from Southport has spoken out about how she and her family have dealt with the news that two of her sons have autism. Autism affects people differently, with Kirsty highlighting how she spotted it in her two sons, although the signs vary from person to person. The condition is not an illness, but a way in which the brain works, with it being a wide spectrum in which different people react in different ways. Recently, two of her sons, Sean, nine, and Adam, six, were featured in the ECHO as Sean had built an app that helped his younger brother, Adam, who has autism. It was designed to help Adam, and other people who have autism who may not talk or be non-verbal. Sign up for the Sefton Live newsletter today The Sefton Live newsletter will bring you news from across the borough in a way you’ve never had it before. Whether it’s celebrating people, sharing issues or discussing latest news, our newsletter covers all things from Bootle to Southport, and everywhere in between. Signing up is free and it only takes a […]

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