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Some research suggests a physical problem affecting those parts of the brain that process language and information coming in from the senses. There may be some imbalance of certain chemicals in the brain. Genetic factors may sometimes be involved. Autism may indeed result from a combination of ‘several’ causes. (Internet 2) Some professionals support the discrimination between classic autism (from birth) and regressive autism, which develops at a later stage, commonly between the ages of 18 and 24 months.
Clearly at this difficult time the strength of relationships within the family, both immediate and extended, will play a significant part in the abilities to cope and move forwards. Grandparents, for example, may experience guilt at having children free of difficulties whilst also feeling extremely protective of their own child, the parent-to-be, as parents in general would prefer to carry problems themselves than have their children experiencing them. Conversely, one parent may be coming to terms with the unexpected changes whilst the other is still resistant and finding the situation a considerable strain.
In this chapter the perspectives of families of children with autism will be explored, identifying particular issues relating to parents, grandparents and siblings. When combined with a discussion of the range of influencing factors on the development of children, the importance of this area will be highlighted. This will be further developed through a discussion of the importance of positive partnerships with parents and effective multi-agency working systems to support families. 4 children, living within a community that is also shared by many extended family members is long past.