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Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: The Road to Independence with Special Needs Begins with a Single Step An autism advocate and mother to a young man with autism shares their tender journey together as she teaches him essential life skills. Kimberly Reeves, MEd Seven Heartfelt Father’s Day Gifts For Special Needs […]

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  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Simple Ways to Increase Your Child’s Fine Motor Skills at Home Top everyday activities you can do with your child to help improve fine motor skills. Tulika Prasad Teaching a Child with Autism to Swim Can Save a Life Learn the key benefits to teaching […]

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Thrive Ultimatum Testing

This is only for Thrive Ultimatum Countdown Timer Designs and Functionality Testing   Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Curabitur pharetra elit sed tempus lobortis. Proin consectetur pretium venenatis. Integer eu tincidunt justo. Pellentesque iaculis metus felis, at pulvinar velit faucibus quis. Etiam elit nisi, maximus at turpis at, dignissim ultricies nulla. Phasellus […]

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The Importance of Activity and How to Include it in Daily Life

The Importance of Activity and How to Include it in Daily Life https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/importance-of-activity-in-daily-life

Before I became a parent, I judged a lot of things other parents did. Because my background is physical education, specifically, adapted physical education for kids with disabilities, I was very much a judge and juror to parents who didn’t participate in regular physical activity with their kids. Then I became a parent to twins […]

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New System to Help Children with Autism Learn Better in a Classroom Setting

New System to Help Children with Autism Learn Better in a Classroom Setting https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/new-system-classroom-setting-for-autism

It’s common for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to experience sensory overload or adverse reactions to sensory input more often than their neurotypical classmates. Some children with ASD find processing stimuli, such as sights and sounds, difficult and exhibit hypersensitivity to being touched. Sensory overload can occur in the classroom when multiple stimuli occur simultaneously, […]

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It’s Time to Prepare for Long Term Care for ALL

rQuestion: “My father is going through early onset Alzheimer’s and I am watching the financial and emotional stress it is taking on him and my mother.  I can only imagine if that happened to my wife and I while we trying to care for our son with autism.  What can we do? — Rick Answer: […]

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