Hello, I have a 10 year old son with P-ACC. He seems to be on the higher end of the P-ACC scale but we are having some social issues. It is so hard to find others with this condition, I hope you don't mind if I ask you what were some of your hardest moments with this disability and do you have any suggestions for us?
Thank you, Cherylcor
The hardest moments in my life was never feeling accepted by other kids. By the time I was in ninth grade it got to hard for me and I became homeschooled. The only suggestion I have is to let your son know everyday how important he is and no matter how different he may seem from other kids he's just as good as them. Believe me I'm 18 now and I just found out a few months ago of this disability I have and its such a relief to know that I'm not "blonde" I'm just missing the part of my brain that gives me common sense. My family never understood why children at school were so mean to me but now they know that I was just lacking social skills. In a way I guess it was a gift to have P-ACC because I never knew what it was to fit in and where I'm from fitting in means drinking and doing drugs. Since I never knew what it was like to be cool I was never into that. No matter what never look at your child as a "disabled" child just look at him as a gift. Trust me it will be slightly difficult at times but at least you found out before he got into high school about his PACC. Good luck with everything and god bless you and your son.
I am 21 years old and have complete ACC and im pregnant! So i dont see why you would have any problem! :)