Autistic children miss non-verbal clues when listening She then logged on to Twitter and shared what had happened, with a picture of David. I'm not very computer-literate or internet-literate. My phone just kept making these constant ding ding ding noises.
I checked and it was hundreds of notifications coming in. But he's smart enough to realise he wants a friend and he wants people to like him.
I have a 21 year old autistic son, as well. I can only imagine how you felt at that very moment.
We would love to invite you guys to a Jazz game! We've been trying to read every single message. We've been up to four or five in the morning," she said.
David does not want anybody to be left out, he loves everybody. I think he understands what it feels like to be left out so he wants to include everybody and just to tell everybody he loves them.