Video game designer gives birth to baby video game designer says baby has autism

Video game designer gives birth to baby video game designer says baby has autism

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Posted February 10, 2019 05:37:51Video game designer Michael Hirst, who was born with Asperger syndrome and has autism, is the father of a baby with autism.

He said he is currently trying to figure out how to give the child a future.

“I am still trying to understand what the future holds,” he said.

“He is about three months old and I am trying to get through the birth.”

The baby is about one month old, and Mr Hirst said he was worried about him and was hoping the baby would have a happy future.

“I know that the baby will have lots of fun and the parents will be proud,” he told news.com.au.

“But it is a little difficult because I am autistic and I can’t help but feel a bit sad and overwhelmed.”

It is so important that the child is treated with love and respect.

“We can’t always trust that the carers will be there for the child and that there will be a caring family.”

Mr Hirst is a software developer who worked as a designer on many of the video game series, including Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Van.

He has been diagnosed with Aspie and Autism Spectrum Disorder, and works with the Disability Support Network (DSN).

“I think it’s a bit of a relief that I’m going to be able to give my child something to play and explore with,” he explained.

“The baby needs to have the same kind of opportunities that everyone has to have.”

Mr Vines has autism spectrum disorder and is also learning to read and write.

He said he has a hard time interacting with others.

“Asperger has been a part of me for so long and I think it is something that I can still cope with,” Mr Vines said.

The baby’s parents will take him to the local children’s hospital for a medical assessment.

Topics:child-health,diseases-and-disorders,autism,family-and_children,mental-health-disorder,cbs-24,australiaFirst posted February 10, 2020 11:18:47Contact Brett GormanMore stories from Western Australia