My 35 month old does not understand most simple instructions, and non verbal. He loves hugs, can play with toys (no imaginitive play) shows affections, responds most of the time when his name is called, has pretty good eye contact, will not intitiate play with kids but if they initiate he will play with them, once he falls asleep he sleeps all night. He does not spin, hand flap, head bang, rock, or fixated on wheels or ceiling fans. His primary delays is speech, receptive/expressive. He will push me to what he wants or pull me to the floor if he want's to play. He can match all his colors, alphabet, shapes and numbers (via)puzzels. He can stack blocks, lego, cups etc....it is so confusing. We had him tested and it was stated "a definitive diagnosis of autism could not be given at this time".
Any suggestions on what I should do???
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