Category Archives for "Autism Articles"

Top autism articles previously published in Autism Parenting Magazine that focus on issues that affect people with autism, including Asperger’s syndrome. Articles include best ways to master skills and find everyday solutions.

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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Autism Parenting Podcast

After a little bit of work in the background we have now released the FREE Autism Parenting Podcast. The podcast will feature some of the interviews and topics we do on behalf of the magazine. The first one features an interview we did with Dr. John Pagano about Sensory Qi Gong Massage for Autism. The second features […]

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Today, Tomorrow, and Yesterday: Executive Functioning Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Young Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome

  In the post we give a free mini issue of the magazine away. The article is written by Dr. Michael McManmon, Founder, College Internship Program (CIP) about techniques for young adults with Asperger’s Syndrome. Young adults with Asperger’s Syndrome often feel overwhelmed by their first attempts at independent living.  Attending college, making friends, and learning […]

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An Interview with Janet Grillo, director and producer of the fly away movie

Leslie: So we are here today with Janet Grillo, and she is the writer, director and producer of the independent film, “Fly Away”. The movie explores the relationship between a mother and her teenage autistic daughter. The film has attained some rave reviews so far. Thank you for joining us today Janet! Janet Grillo: Well, […]

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Autistic Child Prodigy Jacob Barnett

Child prodigies have long been a fascination that interests the crowds, but Professor Joanne Ruthsatz attributes child prodigies to being autistic.  Dr. Ruthsatz has studied child prodigies for over 15 years and recently has focused on Jacob Barnett. Jacob Barnett has just turned 15 years old but is in college acing his honors courses.  If he continues […]

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How a girl with Autism expresses unimaginable intelligence

Often it is perceived that non verbal children with autism are mentally challenged and  have no hope of getting a job or expressing themselves. This story about Carly, changes everything. Carly experienced severe delays in the early part of her life which prevented her from walking and sitting up. Lacking the ability to speak she seemed […]

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My Child with Autism Outgrows the Diapers in the Store

My child with Autism Outgrows the Diapers in the Store

This is the question as featured in Issue Number 6 and you may also find this article on finding big kid diapers helpful.    Q&A What do I do when my child with Autism out grows the diapers in the store?Answer: If your child has an ASD diagnosis, then ask your pediatrician for a prescription for big kid diapers […]

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Autism Talks in Connecticut in April

Just a quick blog to let you know about a couple of speaking gigs in April by Autism Parenting Editor Leslie Burby.   Spotting Signs of Autism Thursday April 4 at 6:30 p.m. Southington Library Program Room Registration Required April is National Autism Month. The Southington Library is presenting “Spotting Signs of Autism” to promote awareness […]

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Food for thought

In the U.S. there has been an explosion of healthier ways to eat since realizing that the chemicals we eat can cause adverse reactions. There are many recommendations such as: to eat organic, to avoid allergy-free, avoid GMO (genetically modified organisms), to eat kosher food, the Feingold program, gluten-free casein-free, vegan, corn syrup-free.  If you […]

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