Frequently Asked Questions

Q. My child isn’t talking

There could be a variety of reasons why your child has yet to reach their milestones.

It is important if you are worried that you seek help and advice from your child’s health visitor or your GP. When consulting your GP or health visitor have a think about the following (based on around 2yrs)

Q. How can I tell if my child has autism?

There may be a few indicators that have made you start to think that your child is autistic. The only way to really find out is to seek medical advice and go to your GP to ask for a referral.

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Q. What is autism?

Autism is a neurological difference, it means that an autistic person’s brain works in a different way.

Autism can have an impact on how a person communicates and processes their environment and the world around them.

 The medical diagnosis that an autistic person will have difficulties in;

Q. If my child has autism will they grow out of it?

Autism is a neurological difference, it means that an autistic person’s brain works in a different way. They will not grow out of it but here at the Circle Centre, and through the outreach services at Autism Early Support we can guide you in finding ways to support your child in navigating their world.

Q. My child has certain behaviours

Your child may have different behaviours, they could be repetitive, such as hand flapping, running up and down, turning a book in a certain way. This is very important to your child and it could be for a variety of reasons. It could show how they are feeling albeit happy or sad. It is a way that they can control their environment.

Q. How can I help my child?

You already are!

If you would like to discuss ways that Autism Early Support can help please contact us