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Parents of three boys who were born on April 21, 2018, in Australia are asking the Australian government for help with their children’s autism spectrum disorder.
They’re urging the government to do more to help families deal with the disorder, and for the government and other health services to do their part.
They say there needs to be more funding for autism research.
They also want autism services and programs to be provided in their community.
The three boys, who are now aged between 11 and 15, are from Darwin, but they had their birth certificates changed and are now part of the Australian capital’s family portal.
“They’ve had a very difficult time because they’ve had so many difficulties and challenges in life and not a lot of support and they’re so proud to have their birth certificate changed, to have them on their birth page, and to have a social media page, which is really important for their future,” said their mother, Dawn Moss.
“We want them to have the opportunity to have that support, and also for their lives to be better, to be able to see their children grow up and have more independence.”
Dawn Moss says the boys’ mother had a challenging time adjusting to their birth on April, and the children have not been able to get socialised with their siblings, other family members or their grandparents.
The parents also want their children to be given the support they need to cope with their disorder.
Autism spectrum disorder is a neurological disorder that affects a person’s ability to think, feel and communicate, and can cause social difficulties.
The conditions can cause a person to develop difficulties with social interactions and communication.
Children and adults with autism spectrum disorders have difficulty with communication, social interaction and repetitive behaviours, such as repetitive staring.
This can cause the symptoms of autism to be masked by social interaction.
In some people, the condition can also cause difficulties with repetitive behaviours.
Autism affects more than one in every 20 Australians, but it is more common in males, those aged between 20 and 44, and those living in rural and remote communities.
Some parents have said that their children have been bullied and have been verbally and physically abused by other families in their lives.
In response, some states have launched programs to help with the autism and related conditions.
NSW has been one of the first states to introduce a program to provide a support group to help people in the autism spectrum spectrum.
Other states are now considering similar programs.
“It’s important that we look at our mental health system and look at the autism services, we’re not getting the support we need, and we’re just getting by,” said Dawn Moss, who said she hopes the Australian federal government will consider funding autism services in the future.
“If we don’t have this support in place now, if we don