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.

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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Addressing Dressing

Any parent of child on the spectrum knows that getting dressed is a huge task.  I thought I’d share some useful tips and tools that I have learned along the way that has made dressing a little easier.  As with everything, try what you think is best for you and your child. 1.     Picture charts […]

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Get Autism Parenting Magazine for FREE on your Android Smartphone

We are very pleased to announce the release of Autism Parenting Magazine on Android Smartphones. It has been a while in the making and we know it will enable even more of you to read the magazine on the go.   The android version is available on the google play store at  It features much […]

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Autism and the World According to Matt

Autism and the World According to Matt by Liz Becker Mother’s Best-Selling Memoir Chronicles Autistic Son’s Remarkable Journey from Diagnosis to Independent Living Liz Becker’s inspiring new book uses a collection of uplifting short stories to depict Matt’s gifted first 25 years of life that beat all odds. As one of the few grassroots books […]

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Autism Parenting Magazine is soon to be launching our official version of the magazine on Android. We are still in the process of Beta Testing the application to work with android but its almost ready. We are looking for Beta tester who are willing to test the application and give us feedback on the application. […]

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Dealing with Sensory Issues in Public

Every parent with a child on the spectrum can vouch for me when I state, “going out in public is a challenge.”  Transitioning from the house to the car is your first challenge.  Then the challenge shifts to dealing with the sensory problems of the new place upon arrival. I don’t think I’ll ever forget […]

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Issue 15 – Q&A Section

I have a daughter that is ten with autism and I don’t know how to explain or talk to her about when girls get their monthly period. I am worried how my daughter will react when she gets her first period. Answer: Many parents with children on the spectrum, as well as most parents with […]

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A New Year and Hope for Change

  As 2013 has drawn to a close, and with the Holiday season behind us, it’s time for 2014 to begin in earnest. For many people the beginning of a new year presents an opportunity for productive or positive personal change. Many individuals make New Year Resolutions, or set goals or promises to better themselves, […]

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