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Issue 1 – A look at sensory processing issues

February 18, 2021

Issue one focuses on Sensory Processing Disorder or SPD as it’s commonly known. Sensory processing issues are very common among people with Autism and this particular edition gives several tips and techniques that can be used to overcome some of the issues that are present.



Other articles include:

How to get an official diagnosis -It wasn’t until 1994 that Asperger’s could officially be diagnosed. But now an official diagnosis is necessary for any formal government support. This article will help you understand the issues surrounding getting an official diagnosis

How did I Know my daughter was autistic?  My first child was a beautiful, healthy, bright eyed little girl. As an educator, I had such high hopes. I hung black and white pictures next to her changing table and read to her every day. Then one day, my experience in education told me something was wrong with my beautiful baby

Wholeness and completion issues If your child or a student that you teach seems defiant or like they “just won’t listen,” then you need to read this article.

Aspergers and Violence the effect of the Adam Lanza Shootings. In the wake of the recent shootings by Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT there has been a lot of speculation that the cause may have stemmed from the fact that Adam Lanza has Asperger’s Syndrome. This article discusses the real issues

How Lego made the day of a young boy with Asperger’s Syndrome. Can you remember the feeling when you were a child and you really wanted something? Even to the point of saving all of your pocket money. A touching story of how Lego helped a young boy get the toy he always wanted

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