Treating Sensory Processing Issues with Bill Mueller – Podcast 7

We discuss treating Sensory Processing Issues using Sound Therapy. Bill Mueller has pioneered an incredible set of technology that can be used to treat Sensory Issues. Mark: My name is Mark Blakey and I’m here today with Bill Mueller and he is an expert of Sensory Processing Disorder. He has a very interesting career history, […]

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Issue 17 – Autism Awareness and Acceptance!

Editor’s Letter Dear Readers, I did something that I rarely ever do this month; I watched TV. One night my husband and I decided to not work and sat down on the TV in hopes to find something to watch. He settled on Dancing with the Stars so I sat and watched in revelry missing […]

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We are giving away our book: Early Signs of Autism in Toddlers

A couple of months ago we published a book written by Editor Leslie Burby. It details how parents can identify the early signs of Autism in their children. So far it has received some great reviews from its readers. April is Autism Awareness month and we wanted to give this book away FREE for 3 […]

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Book in the Spotlight: I AM ASPIENGIRL

I Am Aspiengirl, due March, 2014 I Am Aspienwoman, due April, 2014 Aspienpowers, due May, 2014 Sunshine Coast, Australia Visit www.aspiengirl.com for contact details, newsletter, free chapter, photos, and author bio. Aspiengirl author helps advocate and bring awareness to the female profile of Autism Spectrum Conditions. Tania Marshall, Author of Aspiengirl, is helping bring awareness, education and […]

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The Right for Autism Services for U.S. Military Families

Autism Services for Military Families by Leslie Burby   If America is the “home of the free and the brave” – shouldn’t “the brave” and their families receive the necessities that they need?  There are fundraisers and drives to supply the soldiers with military equipment, boots, food and electronics to communicate with the loved ones […]

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An interview with Bushy Van Eck, Author of Prisoners of Our Minds – Podcast number 5

Leslie Burby: Hi, I am Leslie Burby, Editor in Chief of Autism Parenting Magazine, and I am here with Bushy Van Eck.Thank you so much for joining me today. Bushy Van Eck: Thanks Leslie, thank you for inviting me, I treat it as a great honor to be on your show.   LB: Thank you […]

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Q&A Section – What options are there for sending him to school with something to chew?

Question: My child has the need to chew. What options are there for sending him to school with something to chew? Answer: I think that it is very important to note that fulfilling this need helps calm and focus students. For years, it has been proven that students focus better while sucking on a hard candy […]

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News: GPS Tracking Devices for Children with Autism

GPS Tracking Devices for Children with Autism By Megan Kelly On October 4th, 2013, a fourteen year old boy named Avonte Oquendo went missing from the school he attended in Queens, New York. The footage from the schools security cameras showed Avonte running down a hallway, and then out a door that had been left open, and unlocked. […]

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