Hi I'm new to this!! My daughter diagnosed with asd in June this year. Just needed to offload this morning. She had a major meltdown. Would not get ready for school started crying like a baby. Eventually got her in the car she screamed all the way to school kicking my seat kept my cool. Wouldn't get out of the car at school. Had to ring school to get someone to help. Eventually she went in in tears after she'd hit me with her bag a few times then called me a fat ***. I'm now getting hate messages.
I love her to bits but it's so stressful to deal with feel like I'm alone with it.
The following section of the National Autistic Society's website is all about behaviour, and may be of use to you: http://www.autism.org.uk/about/behaviour.aspx
Additionally, you may wish to search for support services in your area on the Autism Services Directory: www.autismdirectory.org.uk This includes services such as: support groups, social groups, advocacy, befriending, residential settings, outreach and respite.
You may also want to contact your local social services, if you are not already receiving help from them. Please take a look at the following articles for further information on getting help from Social Services:
(Child England and Wales)
(Adult England and Wales)
(Child and Adult Scotland)http://www.autism.org.uk/living-with-autism/benefits-and-community-care/care-and-benefits-for-parents-and-carers/care-support-for-children-with-autism/social-services-getting-help-for-children-and-adults-scotland.aspx
Services provided by the National Autistic Society may also help, you can read more here:
Our Autism Helpline may also be able to help. Advisers can talk through the different types of support and search for services in your area, if you would like to call.
The Helpline is open Monday to Thursday 10am – 4pm and Friday 9am – 3pm on 0808 800 4104.
Please see the following link for further information: