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Autism Parenting Magazine is extremely helpful. I have used it for researching new therapies such as: occupational, physical, and speech therapy, hippotherapy, as well as the most recent research being performed by doctors/hospitals. There have been useful articles on how to help my son’s teachers help him in the classroom. I remember reading an article on enzymes and how they can help with selective eating. Because of this article, I asked about enzymes at the next autism conference we attended. The magazine has so many useful resources that I have subscribed via newsmagazine and have liked their Facebook page so they are always in my news feed with the most recent information.
When my son was first diagnosed on the autism spectrum, I found it hard to find new creative ways to work with my son. Reading other parents’ suggestions and advice is not only a comfort, but a great way to learn new techniques that may work for my son.
This magazine is a great tribute to parents working hard to advocate and share their stories to help inspire others! I am very thankful for the creative help and heartfelt stories that I can relate to!
Thank you Autism Parenting Magazine.
The articles have so much information in each magazine.
Whether it is an inspiring story or information for about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), I am left with more knowledge of how other families are coping and useful information on the behavioral aspects of ASD.
I look forward to each issue of Autism Parenting Magazine.
A common problem for parents with autistic children is to find the right resources. There is a lot of conflicting and debatable information out there. At Autism Parenting Magazine we aim to provide you with the most current information and interventions about Autism so that you can make the most informed decisions about what will benefit your child.
Our Autism Magazine is suitable for parents of children with Aspergers, PDD-NOS or Kanners Autism. We also have a number of parents who have ASD .
All of our magazine's issues come with a Question & Answer section where families can have their most pressing questions answered by our team of experts. We include a special Sensory Corner in each issue because we believe sensory issues are a core part of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Behavioral issues and meltdowns can often be resolved by understanding and learning to work with sensory issues. We also regularly include articles on safety to help people on the spectrum stay protected.
Our team of professionals provides families with the latest guidance along with promising solutions to handle life’s everyday challenges. Our goal is to celebrate our families and heighten an understanding.