Sparrow Migrations: A Novel

Sparrow Migrations: A Novel by Cari Noga   Neurotypical author, autistic artist team up on debut novel, Sparrow Migrations TRAVERSE CITY, MI – The novel that has led northern Michigan’s paperback fiction bestseller list for most of April has a unique cover that is not only grabbing readers’ attention, it has its own story to tell. […]

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Issue 11- Deciding if Halloween is Right for Your Child?

Featuring: What is Your Child for Halloween by Ewa Sroslak Masquerade by Renee Salas Interview Caroline and Kyle Coleman by Leslie Burby Social Story about Trick-or-Treating by Leslie A. Burby Staying on Track at School by Brian Katkin of Uptospeedtutors.com Autism in the News by Leslie A. Burby Don’t Desensitize – Recognize by Jaclyn Hunt Book in the Spotlight: Editorial Review of […]

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Free Webinar – Spotting Signs of Autism in children – Diagnosis and Intervention. Fri 4th Oct

  This friday the 4th October at 13:00 EDT Autism Parenting Magazine will be running a free webinar  about Spotting signs of Autism in Children as well as options for early intervention. We will be broadcasting our webinar via google hangouts or on our youtube channel. You can also register for the event on facebook where […]

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A Brief Moment in Time

A Brief Moment in Time by Deborah French       There are moments that occur in life that can change everything that follows. For a mother to hear that something is developmentally different about her children – that is one of those moments. Deborah French lived through this moment twice, by the time she […]

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Non verbal Autistic Musician Kyle Coleman

Kyle was once thought to be totally nonverbal as a symptom of his Autism. Here is the story of how he discovered his singing voice in this interview with Caroline Coleman and her son Kyle.  Kyle is a Leslie: This question is for Kyle. Kyle, do you like singing?   Kyle Coleman: Just Listen.   Caroline […]

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Starbrite Traveler

Starbrite Traveler: A Travel Resource for Parents of Children with Special Needs by Starbrite Traveler       Our first book, Starbrite Traveler: A Travel Resource for Parents of Children with Special Needs is an illustrated guide for parents, caregivers, family members, friends, and educators of children with special needs that gives families a well-organized, confidence […]

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Emotional Mastery for Adults with Asperger’s

Practical Techniques to Work Through Anger, Anxiety and Depression by Leslie Burby and Mark Blakey   Emotional awareness is not something that we are taught in school and it is rarely even understood by our parents. We live in a society where even those not in the Autistic Spectrum (Neuro-typical Individuals) suffer to some extent […]

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Issue 10 – Back to School Made Easy

Featuring: Back to School Made Easy by Dr. John Carosso Taking Some of the Control Back by Meghan R.M. Graham Interview with the makers of YourSpecialEducationRights.com by Leslie A. Burby But You Can’t Be Autistic…You are Such a Good Teacher by “E” of The Third Glance blog Anti-Bullying Campaign by Leslie A. Burby The Agony of Middle School or Handling […]

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What is Hippotherapy and how can it help children with Autism and ADHD

The reason I decided to interview Beverly Saddler was because I was interested in learning about Hippotherapy as a means of therapeutic services for Autism related therapy. I wanted to learn about the differences between Hippotherapy and equestrian therapy and it all seemed very confusing to me. So, I decided to go the horse’s mouth […]

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