Caring for a child with autism can be emotionally and physically exhausting. Parents or caregivers with a child on the autism spectrum often adjust their entire household in order to accommodate his/her needs, and sometimes forget to focus on their own self care (or struggle to make time for themselves). If you find that round-the-clock

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A child’s job is to play. The act of playing helps children develop physical coordination, emotional maturity, social skills, and the self-confidence to try new experiences and explore new environments. For children with autism, it is important to provide toys and activities that are designed to foster these skills. By learning critical play skills children

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Looking for a way to entertain and educate your children during lockdown? We compiled a list of the best autism apps for kids and adults with developmental difficulties. Available on iOS and Android these special education apps can help with communication, social skills and even problem solving. These apps were designed for individuals on autism

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I learned almost 30 years ago that my extremely fussy baby grew calmer when cocooned tightly inside my arms as we swayed side to side. Back then, I had not yet heard about his neurologically-based disorder known as Asperger’s syndrome (part of the autism spectrum), which is associated with sensory sensitivities and social and communication

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I live in New England, which for those of you not familiar with the United States is a group of states that gets to witness what every season has to offer. We get blizzards, we get heat waves, and we are well known for our beautiful foliage; when the leaves turn such vibrant colors that

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