A Practical Guide to Creating Visual Schedules https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/creating-visual-schedules/

In a world that often feels overwhelming, especially for neurodivergent children, visual schedules have proven to be powerful tools to provide structure, promote independence, and reduce anxiety. A visual schedule represents a sequence of activities or tasks presented clearly and organized using images, icons, or words. They serve as a roadmap for individuals to navigate

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Sociopathy vs Autism: Understanding the Differences https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/sociopath-vs-autism/

When Vanessa’s 8-year-old boy, Kyle, continuously showed a lack of empathy, she started worrying. “Does he have sociopathy?” she wondered. Do autistic children show compassion differently? What is the sociopathy vs. autism controversy all about?  As many parents probably wonder the same, Vanessa isn’t alone in her worries. In this article, we delve into the

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Read on for suggestions about which therapies to use for your child  and how much therapy is sufficient.

Read on for suggestions about which therapies to use for your child  and how much therapy is sufficient. I’ve been working with parents and families for nearly two decades. I have not, in all these years, met a mom or dad that said: “Parenting is a piece of cake!”  It is the most important, yet

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Here are five ways you can support your child’s social development. 

Here are five ways you can support your child’s social development.  It is a common myth that children on the autism spectrum do not crave social interaction and friendships. The way our children initiate interactions, or, at times, wait for others to initiate interactions, does usually differ from neurotypical exchanges.  Children diagnosed with autism may

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