Children аrе given tһе ƖаbеƖ ‘Autism” based οח tһеіr behavior. BUT tһеіr behavior іѕ based οח tһеіr processing. Iח order tο understand tһеіr behavior уου mυѕt understand tһеіr processing. Parents ѕһουƖԁ read books οח processing disorders ѕο tһаt tһеу саח understand tһіѕ process better. AƖƖ οf ουr behaviors аrе a result οf һοw wе processed information…іf tһе behavior іѕ odd tһеח theres a ɡοοԁ chance tһаt something wеחt wrοחɡ wіtһ tһе processing οf information.

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25 Responses to “Autism Processing Information #6”
  1. KimberlyMahurin says:

    @ascend2luv I agree with the evolutionary change you speak of.

  2. tiffsherwood says:

    thanks phil, haven’t been on here lately, but the processing title caught my attention – been dealing with this a lot… thanks for the book recommendation. hope all is going good with you.

  3. sanpob1 says:

    I would REALLY love to see your next video.
    My son is autistic and they do suspect aspergers.
    We are taking a biomedical route at this time.
    Please post the names of the books you’re reading

    Thanks so much

  4. ascend2luv says:

    You are most welcome. I believe that autism is an evolutionary change in consciousness, a fundamentally different way of thinking. Why else are so many childen are being born autistic these days? Evolution is a continuous dynamic, these kids r born with a condition they cannot be talked or persuaded out of, their greatest frustration is when they are expected to do things they find hard to do. My son either has no ego or an extremely positive ego, my HFA daughter is extremely positive too.

  5. PhilCommander2 says:

    Hi ascend2luv and thanks for all of your comments!
    It is EXTREMELY interesting to me what you are saying here about Ego…gives me much to think about.

  6. ascend2luv says:

    it has to be a difference in wiring and processing….. (my opinion for what its worth).

  7. ascend2luv says:

    Its our ego that helps us interract with others (social) ie. we are programmed to be liked and want to please others. I have seen a different approach to this by my son. Sure he likes to be praised but he doesnt do things to make others feel good, he does things because he wants to. He certainly has empathy. I believe the fundamental difference between Autistics and NTs lies in the ego.

  8. ascend2luv says:

    Phil I have seen the changes having cleared up the diet and improved nutrition. However I do believe that there is something different in the way they process information and act in general. They are more sensitive to their environment, my son especially does not have an ego, he just is . Our ego is programmed into us from birth, its how we learn who we are, our sense of self, where we fit in etc. If our ego becomes negative it causes problems. ….

  9. chromaxabc says:

    Phil, my child has seen by a child Psychiatrist, who say’s my child is not autistic, we’ve believed he was autistic for the past 5 yrs. It may just be brain process informaiton differentiation.
    This is a very recent discovery, I hope to get more information from you.

  10. TheCommanders says:

    Hi Jen! You must remember that aspergers is a form of autism. There’s more to autism than just aspergers.
    I believe Aspergers is an actual condition (or the result of a particular type of processing) + that ‘autism‘ is a generic label thats so frequently given that all its really good for is pointing you in a direction that can help you understand why someone behaves the way they do.
    Aspergers is one reason why a person diagnosed w/autism behaves the way they do, there are other reasons too.

  11. limeslimey says:

    I was told I was recovered from autism which made a mockery of my decision to leave my own
    made up world myself. I didn’t hear of aspbergers
    till much later ( I assumed I was hfa).
    So tell me what exactly is the difference between “hfa” and “aspbergers”. Something
    about age when getting language. So according to that hfa. But I really see no difference between the two.

  12. limeslimey says:

    Phil, I hope I am not misunderstanding you. You
    say aspbergers and autism are different? I do
    not want lfa/hfa/aspbergers to be sepparated
    -that is exactly what Autism Speaks wants to do…(I think). I was diagnosed when I was young with “severe infantile autism” which was just another way of saying “lfa”. When
    I got older I was never told I was autistic until I was 21.

  13. chromaxabc says:

    AMEN! Totally agree!!

  14. mahb112 says:

    Hey, thanks for this. This really helps. :)

  15. CandaceDerr says:

    Thank you for posting these videos. You have provided so much info in an easy to understand way. Ive lost many nights of sleep trying to research ways to understand my son better and to be of better help to him. During this video, my son was across the room and yet he noticed the aquarium in the background. (My next 2hrs will most likely be devoted to watching fish…) Anyway, keep up the good work!

  16. 1210donna says:

    anyone making more peace than war is fine with me.

  17. PhilCommander2 says:

    Thanks! I appreciate you taking the time to watch and comment on my video Donna.

  18. 1210donna says:

    you’ve really got it, that if one has health, co-morbid, sensory perceptual disorders, one can BEHAVE autistically due to the limitations/pressure of this combo but one iis still not actually emotionally-socially autistic unless one also has an autistic personality package, which we may one day just call Alexithymia.

  19. 1210donna says:

    cool video Phil.
    you’re helping people in understanding things like agnosias, Alexithymia, delayed processing, dyspraxia etc. cool we can get to the processes and stop being precious about the labels. good work.

  20. 1210donna says:

    there is sensing the patterns and interpreting them.
    the two can be utterly divided.

  21. 1210donna says:

    could be an idea to learn about Alexithymia and Exposure Anxiety.

  22. snorodent says:

    Wow, as I was watching this, I watched a interaction with my PDD NOS son and NT daughter that fit this. Son wanted to use the computer, and he can not use it with out sisters help. He knew to get the chair, pull it over, turn on the computer, pull down the mouse, etc but when I told him he needed to ask his sister to help him he COULD NOT ask her to help. He knows she needs to help him to achieve his goals, but couldn’t find a way to make eye contact with her and ask her to join him.

  23. RiverBirch1967 says:

    What about if the child does have an affinity to focus on one thing, such as sitting in a little ball in the rain, content to not move? Just to feel the rain but not realize, I suppose, what else is going on that needs to be processed?

  24. KimberlyMahurin says:

    Absolutely. Good point.

  25. SoliGirlTV says:

    Hi Phil,

    Thank you for your videos. You are really helping me to understand what’s going on with my boys better. There is so much to learn.

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