7 Signs Your Autistic Child Will Talk https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/signs-autistic-child-will-talk/
Nonverbal Autism and Communication Skills

7 Signs Your Autistic Child Will Talk

Every parent waits for their child’s first words, but when verbal milestones are missed, parents may want to talk to the pediatrician. Early intervention is essential for improving communication. Yet, once a child has been diagnosed, what signs should a parent look for that their autistic child will talk? Here are seven behaviors that parents

The Autism Parenting Summit Is Here!
Autism News

The Autism Parenting Summit Is Here!

The global Autism Parenting Summit is returning in May 2024. Imagine 25,000 attendees, 25+ world-class speakers, 4 informative days, and 1 global event – the Autism Parenting Summit is back! The Summit, hosted by Autism Parenting Magazine, is a free virtual event on May 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th. Doctors, psychologists, educators, advocates, and people

Autism News

Unveiling Our 2023 Contributor Awards Winners

Every year at Autism Parenting Magazine (APM) we feel blessed and thankful for all of the contributors who give their time and expertise to write helpful and informative articles for all of our families around the world. By doing so, we can provide you with the current advice and information in each issue and at

5 Tips to Make Thanksgiving Enjoyable for You and Your Autistic Child https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/tips-for-autism-thanksgiving/
Parenting Advice

5 Tips to Make Thanksgiving Enjoyable for You and Your Autistic Child

On Thanksgiving Day, families across the United States will gather to celebrate gratitude. It can be a time for visiting with close family and others you haven’t seen in a while. It’s a time for remembering the special moments and blessings you are grateful for. If you are hosting the holiday, it can also be

Using a Fire Drill Social Story https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/using-fire-drill-social-stories/
Visual Supports

Using a Fire Drill Social Story

When a child with autism needs help understanding how to behave in certain social settings, one useful tool is the social story. These stories or packets help students learn necessary skills, preparing them in advance for an event or situation that might occur. Understanding the importance of fire safety or any type of disaster training