My son has been diagnosed with Autism *2 years old*

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Domo Wilson
Domo Wilson - 9 months ago
Thank you guys so much for your patience in me making this video I know it has been three months since I last discussed Domonic possibly having autism but you guys have been his biggest cheerleaders and we love you so much. Thank you guys for making this process so much easier and for excepting Domonic as he is I cannot wait until Domonic realizes how much love he has around the world we truly appreciate you guys and for every autism parent out there you are truly amazing and so are our children. Keep striving for the best! #ProudAutismParent #AutismAwareness
ishie0196 - 8 months ago
My brother has autism and he is the best! Just PLEASE DO NOT ASSOCIATE WITH AUTISM SPEAKS. They are not a good company.
Fam0uss Cere•
Fam0uss Cere• - 8 months ago
Domo Wilson i still love your child
John Harden
John Harden - 8 months ago
I love you domo!!!!
Jess Vargas
Jess Vargas - 8 months ago
I am also 24 and an autism mom 😍💪 my son was diagnosed at 2 1/2 and i took it so hard i was literally hospitalized the same night because i had a panic attack that was so bad they thought it was a heart attack.. He will now be 5 on february 9th. He is still speech delayed but DOES TALK. he used to be completely non verbal. It is a journey, that you have to educate yourself on because noone else will. Lots of patience and extra hugs and kisses. He has therapies 5 times a week in school. My son is amazing and so sweet and happy. The hardest thing to get through was the meltdowns, when he was 3 they were the worst. Message me if you wanna talk!
Monica Hebert
Monica Hebert - 8 months ago
I just found your channel and you are so inspiring ❤️ my son Chase was 3.5 when I found out he had autism (high functioning) he is now 6. The same feelings you expressed were pretty spot on with how I felt. Completely different now. Thank you for making this video, I know we aren’t alone but it makes me not feel alone. #PROUDAUTISMPARENT
sheila Allee
sheila Allee - 8 months ago
I have a son my self I love him
Tet Art
Tet Art - 8 months ago
My brother has autism, and he is a 12-year-old, they diagnosed him at 2 years old. I think it is a coincidence because his name is Dominic. Your son will be great.
Lots of love!
Nancy Amaya
Nancy Amaya - 8 months ago
OMG I JUST SUBSCRIBE TO YOU AND I DONT KNOW YOU BUT I LOVE YOU, YOUR BABY, AND THE POSITIVE VIBE YOU HAVE .. I honestly felt like I know u personally lol...YOUTUBE NEEEEDS MORE OF YOU ! Keep your head up and everything will fall into place❤️ . Peace and love to the both of you.
Deborah German
Deborah German - 8 months ago
My daughter was diagnosed with autism this may and it was so tough for me but with therapy and all that it’s gotten better thank God
Alex Michele
Alex Michele - 8 months ago
Autism is a spectrum meaning it is different for EVERYBODY. You can be high functioning, low functioning, and everything in between. You could be very very close to "normal" or you could need a lot of assistance in day to day life and everything in between. She is allowed to be worried and scared because not every child with autism will be perfectly okay.
A.N. James
A.N. James - 8 months ago
@Domo Wilson I am so Proud of you and your maturity for dealing with your sons disability. Even though you have the money to pay for the Private School and I personally would keep him there. Do know that you have the option of getting the services free from the School System, that you live in and through the medical insurance plan you have. The School System will provide him with the services at home, then once he turns three years old, they usually put them in Pre-School and they receive the services at school. They offer Speech Therapy, different ways of learning, with manipulates, to make it easier. The School will do a Multi-Factual Evaluation on the child then write out an IEP, which is a "Individualized Educational Program" (report) explaining the Disabilities, and the plan that is mapped out to help child. They will have a meeting with you every six months to update his IEP. The IEP is like his contract for life while in K-12. It also follows them into Adulthood for jobs. It explains in great detail the disability and all measures that will be used to help the child succeed. For instance, the teacher may need to read or say the directions to your child three times, to make sure they fully understand. On test, perhaps where there are eight essay questions, your child is only required to do five. They can use a Calculator for math test and etc. This is just a small example of manipulates that they offer. It is their Responsibility to every child within their School Systems City Limits. It is Free of Charge Also. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. My son was very premature. He had very bad speech problems. He started speech therapy through our school system when two at home first. Then started Pre-school once three years old. By the time he was five years old, going to Kindergarten, his speech was at 95 percent. They continued it for one more year and he didn't need the therapy anymore. His speech was 100 percent, by the end of kindergarten. He's twenty-four, working and in college now.. Wick is just Fine!! Blessings From Ohio
Summer Idk
Summer Idk - 8 months ago
Literally every single comment people are saying “my blank is autistic and he’s a genius” I get it you guys are tying to make her feel better but, let her have her time cause even though he’s perfect she’s still going to worry as a mother and has the right to!
Chanel Urrutia-Ordenes
Chanel Urrutia-Ordenes - 8 months ago
I love this, but a child cannot be autistic. A child can have Autism. Just putting out the correct term to use. Positive vibes only 💓
Lanesha Evans
Lanesha Evans - 8 months ago
It’s ok but he is still a little cutie
da-Clark Fam
da-Clark Fam - 8 months ago
girl this has me so happy that your doing okay. i work in the field for children’s and adults that have disability’s. and stuff. - and my uncle has autism and you know what it was high functioning as well. and he had children and lives by him self and stuff. i never let it denfine them. wick is the most cutest in the world xox and he’s so sweet and he can do whatever he puts him mind to.. and his grown so much! never feel like your alone sweetie ♥️
Blanca Carson
Blanca Carson - 8 months ago
He's so big now i remember when you were pregnant with him omg the time went by so fast :(
nicole cavin
nicole cavin - 8 months ago
WE GOT U DOM N WICK!!!!!! NO WORRIES ALL POSITIVITY!! I love u both!!! 💕💕💕
Lynn - 8 months ago
Most community's are learning to be more accepting with deaf,blind and autistic kids. So he may have a more normal life. Hope the best💕
Nadiiiaahh xo
Nadiiiaahh xo - 8 months ago
He is honestly the cutest his presents I'm pretty sure lights up a room!!!♡
Harriet Potter
Harriet Potter - 8 months ago
Why did you put ads on this...... ...
Tyler - 8 months ago
I wish there was a love button!!!
Araba Ackon
Araba Ackon - 8 months ago
I am an autism trainer I look after extreme autism clients all autistic kids have the ability to speak they often don’t because they don’t understand the importance of speech 1. Figure out what he lives the most (food is an easy one fave snack ) something he wants literallyevery day .
2. Start simple if he likes cookies and you know he’s gesturing or showing signs he wants this particular snack say slow loud and clear the word “cookie” (bringing the item to your mouth so his attention is on you and your voice)
3. Every time you say cookie to him wait 10 seconds ( autistic kids process slower when learning new concepts) say it up to 3 times , he may not respond at alllll in the beginning but him paying attention is the most important thing in the beginning.
4.if you see his emotions start getting triggered because he has to go through this somewhat” long “ process it’s okayyy don’t rush keep all the timing consistent because overtime he will learn he gets what he wants when he tries to communicate.
5. If you notice after sone time he just waiting for the cookie then you can movie into refusing the whole cookie and only giving him half or replacing with a healthy less interesting snack (I would refuse the snack but depending on his behaviour he may lash out in a way that you may not be able to deal with or he could hurt himself) so baby steps is essential and a lot of trial and error
THE MAIN OBJECTIVE :getting him to realise that he has to speak to get what he wants —too many consultants will push sign language on autistic kids but it can be extremely limiting in the real world , by the grace of god he is young and already showing signs of deep intelligence and possibly a quick learning speed this is the most crucial time to be enforcing this type of learning and I’m very confident that he talk amazingly
I used this method on a 12 troll autistic kid that had severe autism I started with the word music because every that’s what he wanted and 2years later he can hold short conversations with me , and he’d be able to do a lot more if he started at the age Dominic is I send your prayers of hope , perseverance , joy and strength and I loose intelligence and success into your lives in the name of Jesus amen !! Go mama
Araba Ackon
Araba Ackon - 8 months ago
Woooow I feel silly I should’ve watche legit 5 mins more in from where I way
Araba Ackon
Araba Ackon - 8 months ago
I didn’t listen to the hole vid before commenting
Araba Ackon
Araba Ackon - 8 months ago
Let me know if your confused with anything I’ve written
Keeping up with Fimbres
Keeping up with Fimbres - 8 months ago
“See the Abel not the label”🧩❤️ love u dom I work with autism children❤️
Sacred Heart
Sacred Heart - 8 months ago
My nephew was diagnosed with autism. I wasn't a part of my sister's life when this nephew was I wasn't there to warn her not to get ANY of the vaccinations. Same with the oldest nephew. When we reunited, I bought her vaccination detox tinctures for them. She couldn't believe the results. The one who wasn't speaking....started talking and the other, his speech became clearer. They are both highly intelligent....will be 9 and 11 in March. The youngest is now 6. I was there to tell her NO VACS for him and I gave him Reiki while in the womb. He's the only one of the 3 that can just chill (meaning sit still) for long periods of time among other things. If I go into more, this will be a novel lol. The amount of processed foods eaten plays a huge role also.
I hope this little bit of info helps someone.
Stay Blessed Everyone✨🙏🏾✨
coco jones
coco jones - 8 months ago
stop spreading this bs
Kimberly idk
Kimberly idk - 8 months ago
New sub:)
loubna loubna
loubna loubna - 8 months ago
This the problem to always do a dna check background someone donated sperm and probably carries the gene autims
Page Anne
Page Anne - 8 months ago
I love himm❤️❤️
Jennifer Jordan
Jennifer Jordan - 8 months ago
Hey Domo, hi my name is Jennifer and I know what you going through my son Jeffery is high functioning Autism and it was a big shock to me as mom. My mom told me that something is wrong and I should get him tested so I went to therapist. What I was told that I he was ADHD, but I wanted a second opinion and a doctor who specializes in different disabilities and he told me that he that he not ADHD, but high functioning Autism.
Rebeca Reade
Rebeca Reade - 8 months ago
I would not say “my son is autistic” the correct term would be “my son is on the autism spectrum disorder (ASD)” or he is on the “spectrum”. Both my sisters are speech language pathologist and I am a special education teacher so your little click bait really hits home because I do teach students who are identified as severe/profound AU with significant speech delays and their parents don’t sound as cheerful and feel the need to make a video. Their struggle is real at home. What a disrespectful video to the ASD community. What was the point of sharing your “story”? It was not informational or helpful in any way!!!
Sherria Donald
Sherria Donald - 8 months ago
He so cute 💕😊
lu lu
lu lu - 8 months ago
It’s not a big deal! So many people are on the spectrum, People act like it’s a disease. Im diagnosed Asd so is my eldest son. It’s just a part of life and he’s young he seems to be thriving so don’t dwell on it
Emily Allen
Emily Allen - 8 months ago
I work with autistic children and trust me his life will still be very full! Get him in some good programs! I work in a school setting with autistic kids and its amazing how much help is out there to make sure your son gets everything he needs to succeed in life
ItsJustTay Tay
ItsJustTay Tay - 8 months ago
My sister has autism and she’s pretty smart to she couldn’t talk much but now she knows a lot and how to read as well
Roxanne Tijerina
Roxanne Tijerina - 8 months ago
U r such an AMAZING MOTHER!!!
Malaysia Starr
Malaysia Starr - 8 months ago
I have a little cousin who is 5 that has autism and he's such a terrific little boy I love him so much and I know that his mom is most likely going through the same thing as you. I know that kids with autism can be just as great as kids who don't :)
Peggy Bell
Peggy Bell - 8 months ago
My son has autism, it has its ups and downs. There are many challenges but stay positive.
Brenee French
Brenee French - 8 months ago
God bless u I was born with being austic I don’t fell differently I’m working and living life don’t give up because god created your babby and u stand by him and be there
Ann Jackson
Ann Jackson - 8 months ago
My grandson have Austim as well. Everything going to be alright with your son. He going to be just fine. Kids who have austim grows up to be very smart kids. Wick going to be just fine. God bless you and your Wick.❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
Robbie Fetters Jr
Robbie Fetters Jr - 8 months ago
I was born with it i know how it is growing up you are one of my idoles gurl
Susan Feitl
Susan Feitl - 8 months ago
New house tourr !!
k m.u
k m.u - 8 months ago
I saw it from when he was a baby. it's ok mama domo but is it just me or so many children are being cant be simply genetics.
Jurnnie copper
Jurnnie copper - 8 months ago
I swear to god if I hear one single "it's the vaccines" I'm going to go CRAZY
Ik Reageer
Ik Reageer - 8 months ago
Me, my brother and my dad all have autism and tbh it doesn't really change anything for us. (Sometimes it's difficult though, because we all have it and my mom, me, my brother and my sister also have AD(H)D). My dad only got diagnosed at 40, because he was able to just live a normal life like everyone else.
John Harden
John Harden - 8 months ago
Don’t make me cry...I love y’all you and your son...
lilmilt28 - 8 months ago
Almond milk isn’t good for you 🤦🏾‍♂️ poor little fella
lilmilt28 - 8 months ago
We all have mental health issues they just give bs a name but mom has mental health issues, she can just pass the assessments but being gay isn’t the norm 🤷🏾‍♂️🤔
lilmilt28 - 8 months ago
Very loving,loves to be held ummm guess he’s short with baby teeth too huh 🤦🏾‍♂️
It's Angie
It's Angie - 8 months ago
The cuties ever lol.
Staciaa Eaness
Staciaa Eaness - 8 months ago
Lol himm sooooo cuteee
Tchaikovsky Maye
Tchaikovsky Maye - 8 months ago
He going to be very lucky he looks just like his mom bless you and him
A Little Bit of Bliss
A Little Bit of Bliss - 8 months ago
Do you have a list of things you feed him now? My daughter is gonna be 3 next month and shes at mild risk and going into school in a few weeks for 2 hours a day through early intervention.
I want to change her diet and I just am not sure the gluten free and milk free options I'm picking are good!
Your son is so smart ❤
shanequa crawford
shanequa crawford - 8 months ago
your doing a beautiful job as a mother and me and my daughter does the high five and fist bump too😎😍
MakeupJunkieXo - 8 months ago
Wick was not trying to share his pretzels!! 😂
Sunnie Dee-Lite
Sunnie Dee-Lite - 8 months ago
Reminds me of the movie The Accountant. He had high functioning Autism and he was freaking GENIUS!! Once they start something they don’t stop until it’s completed or finished! He didn’t talk until he was like a teen I believe but I’m not sure. That was a great movie. 💜💜
Jade m710
Jade m710 - 8 months ago
My brother has autism. They are not disabled just differently abled and beautiful.
Juana Merrill
Juana Merrill - 8 months ago
Thank you thank you for educating ❤️❤️❤️ my daughter has a speech delay and I’ve gone threw the motions of maybe she would be diagnosed with autism and she was not but my heart was where you where at .. the light is here and it’s going to be okay
LaShawn Best -LABOR-
LaShawn Best -LABOR- - 8 months ago
Keep doing what you're doing!!! There is no handbook for stuff like this, and each person has their own journey!!! I have more than one child in my family who didn't speak ONE WORD until they were 3 but has been offered to be SKIPPED grades later in life!!! Hang in there, Love!
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blahblah blahblahblah - 8 months ago
I'm not a doctor but i work with kids everyday, and honestly from what i see, your son doesn't seem autistic at all to me.. but again, it is a spectrum and maybe i'm just ignorant or not educated enough to see. anyway, he must be really high functioning one, because he's 2, he's talking and seems to be pretty social.
Im Not a Star
Im Not a Star - 8 months ago
What black woman uses sperm donor
Leah Withthelocs
Leah Withthelocs - 8 months ago
I think my son has Autism he just turned 12 months and you really made me feel so much better 😭 I was crying too girl 😭 I’m laying off those damn immunization shots too
Julionna H.
Julionna H. - 8 months ago
Do not ever be embarrassed to put him in therapy, one of my close friends has autism and she went through several different types of therapy since 3rd grade and it has helped her so much with social cues and overall her as a person.
Miss Army 2305
Miss Army 2305 - 8 months ago
-Love you Domonic! ❤❤❤ He is so Handsome! 🥰🥰🥰
Wolf Heart Gaming
Wolf Heart Gaming - 8 months ago
I am so worry for u may god have Faith he will get a girls phone numbers
Tyeisha Moultrie
Tyeisha Moultrie - 8 months ago
I got disability and I have a lot of friends
TobG Four
TobG Four - 8 months ago
autism don’t mean nun here, he’s gonna be great at what he does when he grows up
Karen Perry
Karen Perry - 8 months ago
Silver Chelsea
Silver Chelsea - 8 months ago
9:14 Did you just say “He used to eat weed”?!? 😶😯🤭
Star maria
Star maria - 8 months ago
Wheat she probably ment to say like wheat stuff i guess
alana scott
alana scott - 8 months ago
Autistic children/adults are some of the smartest people on the earth!
Devyn De Los Reyes
Devyn De Los Reyes - 8 months ago
My dad has autism. He's very hard working and a loving father to two. He's a very smart man and is so loving towards anyone he meets. Autism is beautiful in its own way and something I'm glad I was raised around ❤️
Vyvoom voom
Vyvoom voom - 8 months ago
Amen! Workers need a raise
Carrie Danielle
Carrie Danielle - 8 months ago
He is smart mommas he is adorable prayers that the doctor says good news!
Jess Vargas
Jess Vargas - 8 months ago
I am also 24 and an autism mom 😍💪 my son was diagnosed at 2 1/2 and i took it so hard i was literally hospitalized the same night because i had a panic attack that was so bad they thought it was a heart attack.. He will now be 5 on february 9th. He is still speech delayed but DOES TALK. he used to be completely non verbal. It is a journey, that you have to educate yourself on because noone else will. Lots of patience and extra hugs and kisses. He has therapies 5 times a week in school. My son is amazing and so sweet and happy. The hardest thing to get through was the meltdowns, when he was 3 they were the worst. Message me if you wanna talk!
That's Me!
That's Me! - 8 months ago
My son has autism. He’s amazing! ♥️🥰
To Teach & Empower
To Teach & Empower - 8 months ago
Educate yourself and be an advocate for your son.
To Teach & Empower
To Teach & Empower - 8 months ago
Thanks for sharing,
Mona Cortez
Mona Cortez - 8 months ago
God bless you and your beautiful son! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Dantrell Lewis
Dantrell Lewis - 8 months ago
The sperm is contaminated maybe you mentioned stop taking all those drugs and eat right
Lindas Child
Lindas Child - 8 months ago
My son is 5 and I had him diagnosed last year but I’ve known since he was a baby. I know every emotion your going thru and I’m tuning in every video to see how everything goes. My baby talks but he doesn’t communicate. He’s learning and music definitely helps get their mouth moving. Your son is so smart and you will be amazed at what’s to come. Praying for you. And thank you for this video.
Chelsea Robinson
Chelsea Robinson - 8 months ago
It’s a spectrum. From minor to severe. Everyone’s journey is different
Rell Simone
Rell Simone - 8 months ago
Have you heard of AWA? Autism with attitude! It’s amazing, gives you all the feels!
Ryan Carroll
Ryan Carroll - 8 months ago
My girlfriend is a huge fan of your channel and has ASD. We have a child together and another on the way. Everything is possible and autism is only one small part of the bigger picture ☺️
Dre Wright
Dre Wright - 8 months ago
All Dominck needs is love and support and he will make it like I did it's a long process at first but it will be all worh it in the end. Im 24 and People always say that I'm shy but people dont know my story.I was tounge tied at birth but had surgery at a 5 or 6 years old. I grew up having speech problems and I was diagnosed with Autism too and I would walk on my tippy toes sometimes too but I made it through because I had alot of love from my family and alot of support I had from my teachers that's how I made it.
Mary Parks
Mary Parks - 8 months ago
Hiii Domo , domonic will be just fine my son Trent has autism he was diagnosed when he was 4yrs old there is gonna be some difficulties but it will be fine he is and will be a total genius
Niave Collins
Niave Collins - 8 months ago
#AutismAwareness 🧩 Thank you Domo 💙 for sharing your story and experiences
You the first person I’ve seen, in mainstream media and the black community, share stories about kids with autism.
Many people confuse autism with down syndrome or other mental disorder.
Many people have misconceptions about autism.
I think is great that you are taking Wick to therapies, I know that many people in black communities do not “believe in therapy”.
My little brother (4yrs old) , he was diagnosed with Autism (18 mo ago). He has many sensory issues. At first, my family just thought that he had a speech delay but after research we noticed other things, ( lack of eye contact and verbal stemming). Like Wick, he is a very picky eater. I can empathize with some of the things you worry about. I’m 18, so I play more of a care giver role in my baby brother’s life ( rather than normal big sister I guess). I was scared about the way, people viewed him. Autism is not something that people can see at first. So when we would say “he has Autism”, many people would treat him differently. In the beginning, we had so many concerns and we weren’t sure what autism meant. In the past year (18 mo), we have learned so much. My little brother (EJ) is very intelligent, and we notice very interesting things every day. And since being in a therapy and a special needs classroom (Pre-K 3), his social skills have improved. EJ is the youngest, and he wasn’t really around kids close to his age. So when he was first diagnosed, he was very rough with kids his age. So it’s great that Wick is in school and has that bond with Tré. Some kids with autism work very hard to learn social skills but practice helps of course. EJ is very smart, he learned his alphabet at 2yrs old. Now he has moved on the learn every animal and dinosaur name ever. I was shocked, he knew some names I had never heard ( I googled them). He is also picking up Korean from the cartoons he watches. Sometimes he says Korean things to us and then just stares at us as if we should know what he saying. And he has another language he speaks but we don’t know what it is. Anyways, like you said every child has there own special skills. Potty training has been very hard, but he is making progress. Also EJ was considered “non-verbal” at his diagnosis (age 2.5), now he is almost to being considered verbal (age 4). He says three-word sentences, participates in conversations, asks questions, and expresses his emotions (in full sentences).
Thank you so much Domo💙💙, this kind of content means a lot to me. I believe there needs to be more creators talking about Autism and other disabilities. Please keep doing what you doing. Wick is amazing 💙, you he is lucky to have a mom like you.
Geni278 - 8 months ago
Thank you for sharing. I’m a young mom and my daughter has a rare diagnosis (doesn’t have a name, doctors here don’t know anyone else with it) , she has mental and physical delays at 6 years old. It was hard to process at first and open up about but now I know I’m not the only mom going through something like this. It’s crazy how many people can relate. The more I open up to people/clients (I’m a nail tech) I’ve gotten so much more information. I’ve met parents, teachers, drivers, principals, who have all worked with kids with special needs. I haven’t talked much about my daughter on my channel but I hope too. Last year I felt lonely (even with my husband & daughter) and this year after opening up with others I feel like a different person. I hope to share our story and be relatable to those who think they’re on their own. Thanks again for sharing, your not alone and It’s okay to be sad sometimes too, keep your head up 💕
gene gleeson
gene gleeson - 8 months ago
Brittany Galipeau
Brittany Galipeau - 8 months ago
evilynice Nava
evilynice Nava - 8 months ago
my son has a speech delay too... they also said he might have it... I didn't do the testing, I wasn't in denial, it just didn't apply to him the way they believed it did... a few months later he changed completely, all the "signs" of autism were gone... he was an only child raised by an over protective mom, so his world was small... I'm really interested in this dairy thing that u mentioned, for his speech delay...
Crafti Soul
Crafti Soul - 8 months ago
Autism doesn’t define him! He will be just like everyone else and live a full life! No worries mama, only positive thoughts for this gorgeous baby boy of yours. He is SO lucky to have you!!! 🦋🦋
Jessica Reeves
Jessica Reeves - 8 months ago
My 3 1/2 year old is autistic with ADHD . I’m not going to lie some days will be the hardest days of your life , but it’s worth it . Our children just need extra love and care that’s all . You have a extremely smart , amazing , special , talented & unique son . I used to worry so much as a mother about having a child with autism but now I realize it’s something special . Remember mama that it’s ok to take time for yourself sometimes if you need it. It’s very challenging raising children with autism like ours but it’s so worth it babe . Never let anyone make you feel crazy for the days you stress out and have break downs . No one understands how hard it is having a child with autism except for the parents who do like ourselves . Sometimes I shut myself in a room and just cry , & that’s ok . Hang in there girl everything is going to be ok .
Island Mamaz
Island Mamaz - 8 months ago
I knew it
Cashabbb .m
Cashabbb .m - 8 months ago
Please do a video on what he eats
Brittany Miller
Brittany Miller - 8 months ago
One of my brothers has aspergers which is a form of autism and hes the.smartest person I've ever met. He is 19 years old now and in college. He has friends and even though hes a little wouldn't know his diagnosis unless someone told you. Hes amazing!!! So it's ok Domo....Dominic is perfect and God made him the way he is for a reason. He has a purpose on this earth!! God knew what he was doing and when he made Dominic and when he gave him to you. You are an amazing mother and Dominic will be just fine and do something great in his life. Trust me!!!
Gesana Mallard
Gesana Mallard - 8 months ago
My brother as autism and he reminds me so much of his because he’s so cute and sweet my brother also has dimples like him but like Dominic is so cute 😭
AstroThaGoat - 8 months ago
hes adorable ngl no homo
tabi シ
tabi シ - 8 months ago
my brother has autism too ✨
Fify Gabs
Fify Gabs - 8 months ago
We love him regardless.....he is smart😍😍😍😍😍
Cheryl's Way
Cheryl's Way - 8 months ago
My grandson is severely allergic Dairy. Projectile Vomiting allergic. I wish my daughter would focus in on this like you have.
Cheryl's Way
Cheryl's Way - 8 months ago
I actually watched that earlier video. My grandson is 2 years old now and he’s also speech delayed. He sees a speech pathologist at daycare and we are also concerned that he is Autistic.
ishie0196 - 8 months ago
There are reasons other than autism that can cause speech delay. But if he is autistic, just do your research and figure out who they are and how it affects them. Routine usually also becomes a huge need for them. My older brother is autistic.
Riqochet Rose Tarot
Riqochet Rose Tarot - 8 months ago
My Daughter was diagnosed at age 2. I still feel thats too early, but she'll now get extra help regardless ❤️
Glockboyjay Official
Glockboyjay Official - 8 months ago
Sometimes we fail to realize that people with a mental illness are smart and have life values and feelings
Soo Tea
Soo Tea - 8 months ago
This is late but I’m 16 and I have high functioning autism and I’d like to say from being at a school full of other autistic children. In life people will try take advantage of him but with the relationship and morals you are teaching him from what I can see he will be fine. I know this is far to think but children with autism do have a increased chance of mental illness so I wish you luck and I hope you and him can over come the struggles this diagnoses will cause you. Thank you for handling this so well and I wish you the best.
Quadesha Searight Missladyuneek
He is a smart kid and he just like every other kids. I have a niece that didn't talk to she was 4
Brenna Mangano
Brenna Mangano - 8 months ago
My 4.5 year old daughter is autistic. The year 2-3 was AWFUL for us as a family. I’m in Arizona as well. Once he turns 3 go through Arizona long term care, and he will receive services through the state. My daughter is speech delayed as well, and I have been teaching her ASL and it is helping her language SO MUCH!
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