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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.

Biological Markers of Autism at a Young Age

In this video, Kim Davies talks about her career and current position as the science coordinator for BASIS (British Autism Study of Infant Siblings). Their current aim is to look for early biological markers of autism through the use of various behavioral observations and neuropsychological studies conducted at the Birkbeck Babylab (University of Birkbeck, London). […]

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We Rock the Spectrum Gym Interview

Autism Parenting Magazine is thrilled to provide readers with highlights from a recent interview by Debi Taylor with Dina Kimmel, CEO and founder of We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym. This extraordinary gym provides a safe, nurturing, and exciting environment to foster learning, exploration and safe sensory experiences. Through the nonprofit known as My Brother […]

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Leah’s Voice – a Celebration of Inclusion and Acceptance

Creativity and compassion are contagious in the DeMonia family. Between writing, drawing, and acting as advocates for children with autism, Lori DeMonia and her daughters, Leah and Sarah, are an inspiration to all families. Lori, a mom who has worked in behavioral health as a therapeutic staff support with special needs children for more than […]

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Nathaniel was a different child from the moment he was born. My husband was away at basic training, and I was back home, doing what many military spouses do. I was delivering a baby without my husband by my side. When the fuss subsided and all of the relatives went home, I was left at […]

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The Mom’s Choice Awards Declares Autism Parenting Magazine One of the Best

Autism Parenting Magazine receives Moms Choice Awards

The Mom’s Choice Awards® Declares Autism Parenting Magazine One of the Best It has just been announced Autism Parenting Magazine has received the respected Gold Award for Online Resources (websites, eMagazines and blogs) in the category of Family/Parenting from the Mom’s Choice Awards®. Autism Parenting Magazine was established in 2012 by Mark Blakey in an effort […]

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How does the Affordable Care Act benefit people on the Autism Spectrum?

Care coordination and client-centered care are promising concepts by Maayan Jaffe More than one-third of individuals in Ohio diagnosed with a developmental disability are dually diagnosed with a mental health disorder, according to a report published by the Ohio Coordinating Center of Excellence for Mental Illness and Developmental Disabilities (MIDD CCOE). Ohio’s statistic are in-line […]

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Changes Made to Policy to Affect Thousands of Children with ASD

Valuable changes to U.S. policy have recently been made at the federal level over the past couple of months, potentially affecting thousands of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. These changes will essentially help those people denied coverage and give them access to appropriate autism treatment. In July, Medicare & Medicaid Services declared that comprehensive […]

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$15 off the Possibilities and Potential Autism Conference for Autism Parenting Magazine readers

Dear Readers, We are very excited to tell you about the upcoming 2014 Possibilities and Potential Autism/Asperger Conference to be held in the Carolinas November 17-18. This two-day event will feature several top presenters as well as 18 breakout sessions filled with the latest information and advice. And more exciting news, Autism Parenting Magazine customers […]

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Mallory’s Marvelous Muffins

I had the pleasure of reviewing Mallory’s Marvelous Muffins because they not only have the typical occasion baskets (such as holiday, get well, bereavement, congratulations, thank you, specific corporate baskets and many more) but they also have autism awareness baskets. They have many flavors of muffins, cookies, and coffee cakes. They even have customized gluten-free […]

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Targeting Language Delays

Book review Targeting Language Delays

By Caroline Lee Many children with autism spectrum disorder need assistance with their listening, language, and whole-word reading skills. The book, Targeting Language Delays: IEP Goals & Activities for Students with Developmental Challenges, written by Speech-Language Pathologist Caroline Lee, sequentially teaches these vital skills using more than 100 goals and activities that can be used […]

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