Extreme challenges οf dealing wіtһ extreme autism аחԁ self-injury. Behavioral emergencies іח autism. Importance οf strong staffing support. Government аѕѕіѕtаחсе аחԁ awareness. Qυісk response. High stress situations. Profound tο severe autism wіtһ self-injurious behavior: A World οf Pain. Hope аחԁ healing takes time, effort. Lots οf support. Continuous һеƖр. Amаᴢіחɡ tests οf faith аחԁ perservence. Amаᴢіחɡ nurses. Positive role models. “autisme” “autismus” “awtismo” “autismul” Nurses. “cna” “lvn” “emergencies” “behavior” “psychiatric” “autism” “pbs” “bbc”

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9 Responses to “Behavioral Emergencies in Autism”
  1. kgaccount says:

    @kgaccount I wonder if professionals understand how much pain families go through witnessing their autistic children slam their fists into their face for years, despite dozens and dozens of assessments, treatments, and expert consultants. Now dont’ get me wrong, it’s possible to survive all this, I’m just saying there are days the pain of watching my son struggling with his behavioral issues is so painful it’s beyond words.

  2. kgaccount says:

    @kgaccount I’m also fed up with people saying I have PTSD, there’s NOTHING post about any of this. It keeps happening. Oh, well, there’s always more exericse and merlot.

  3. CutterNamedNina says:

    @kgaccount well i just want to tell you and your family that your amazing! i cant belive the state dont give you more help! its so wrong!

  4. kgaccount says:

    @CutterNamedNina Thank u. I know He loves us, but it’s hard to trust the love when you’ve had no sleep, it’s been 20 years of screaming, self abuse and seizures and the state is telling you, we’ll meet next month to discuss if you get more in home nursing support. I find myself screaming, OK GOD, U parted the red sea, how about some more in home supports? (ha ha). Other times I just pull chunks of my hair out or scratch myself and I feel better. Crazy? Yep, but it’s no more crazy than all this

  5. CutterNamedNina says:

    hi i noticed in one of your vids you said god hated you dont think like that just think god loves your son

  6. eethomp says:

    You are so strong to help your son through this. I see that nutrients help. Have you tried him on a strict gluten-free/casein-free diet for a few months to see if he absorbs nutrients better? Gluten intolerance can really mess with absorption, even in people without celiac.

  7. crystalmichellez says:

    I have a 20 year old brother who has severly autistic. Jamey reminds me of my brother in soo many ways. I know what you and your family are going thru but all I have to say is that your a wonderful mother and I will be glad when the government wakes up and realizes that we need help out here!

  8. rqshepherd says:

    IM SO GLAD THAT YOU KEEP PUTTING THESE VIDEOS ON HERE. MY SON IS 20 AND AUTISTIC. HE BITES AND HITS HIMSELF AND ME ONLY YOU WOULD KNOW WHAT IT IS LIKE. YOU ARE A WONDERFULL MOTHER

  9. ASDogGeek says:

    lol I love the beginning where you suggest sending celebrities to help you! I defiantly agree there! I am not sure if this will help or not and what your thoughts will be but I think it is worth sharing again not a cure but have you looked into tellington touch methods? Ttouch has been adapted from its original use on horses and dogs (I use it my dog) to humans as well and they have found some good scientific results with it. I know interestingly enough it activates all 4 alpha brain waves.

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