I go to support groups. I have two support groups. One is, it hasn’t really got a name, it is every Tuesday I think… every last Tuesday of the month at the Masonic Hall. And we all go and sometimes we have speakers in like dieticians and sensory diet people from the educational authority, psychologists, that sort of thing. But I don’t really get a lot out of it like in terms of understanding more. It is almost like it is just good to be around other people that you know are dealing with the same stuff. And I have made friends from that group. I have made two good friends and they have got children the same age as [son] so it is nice to be able to meet up with them. And all the children spaz out as much as they want, instead of meeting with people that have normal children, and they are like ohhh, what is he doing? You know, so I like that. And we can talk about the eating problems, the sleeping problems, school problems, friend problems, and they understand. So I like that. The other meeting that I go to is a Speak Out meeting and that is quite a good one. It is very informative. It tells you about groups that are being run, you know parent help groups, child help groups. It tells you about any benefits you might be entitled to, if they do any holidays places where you could take a child with autism, that sort of thing, so that one is very informative.