I am a mother worried and needing help with these questions
I have a 3 1/2 year old son that bangs his head for no reason every night on his pillow .Does it day to try to do on the floor or carpet but before he can do it i more him to the couch with his pillow .He back tracks on potty training ,cry for no reason ,says the same stuff over and over to u ,got alot of behavoral proublems ,sleeping proublems eatting ,very hiper ,all over me every to seconds huging or giving u kisses ,walks on his toes and more can he be Austist /ADHD ?where can he get test besides children specail
I would recommend having your child assessed. Even if he does not receive a diagnosis, he may be eligible for services that can be a huge help. Talk to your pediatrician and ask for a referral, he or she should be able to direct you to specialists in your area that can help.
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