Autism Around The World

What's in this issue?

This month we’re going on a world tour—an autism world tour. Autism is found among individuals globally, so our content is visiting countries such as Russia, Tanzania, Australia, Singapore, Nigeria, and South Africa. Hungry for more? We have also included articles covering topics such as choosing the right therapy provider, a mother’s journey of getting her autistic son into a group home, and last but not least, a story about a young boy with an undeniable talent for culinary arts. This issue is packed with so much more, so grab your travel bag, buckle up and enjoy the read!

Featured in this issue:

  • How Autism is Perceived in Different Cultures
  • Therapy? Which One and How Much Is Too Much?
  • Autism in Africa: the Long Road to Acceptance
  • My Child with Autism Has Hearing Loss
  • Russian Summer Camp for Autism
  • When to Consider Legal Deputyship or Guardianship
  • Autism in South Africa: Building Greater Awareness and Support
  • 10 Strategies to Manage Stress and Anxiety
  • Discovering the Realm of Autism in Tanzania
  • Q&A: HELP
  • Dear Mother of an Autistic Child: A Few Things You Should Know…
  • Finding the Right ASD Therapist or Psychologist
  • Telehealth and Discrete Video Modeling for Families Worldwide
  • Val-Len-Mine: Autism RIP
  • Demanding or Outspoken? Let’s Explore
  • A Journey to Acceptance: My Son’s Move to a Group Home
  • A Special Educator’s Thoughts on Inclusion and Friendship
  • What’s New on the Bookshelf?: The Rambee Boo Series
  • Conversation with an Autism Mom: Plans after High School
  • Lessons from a Greenheart Tree: Raising a Child with Autism in New York City
  • What’s New on the Bookshelf: ADHD and Asperger Syndrome in Smart Kids and Adults
  • An AUTISM Interview with Lisa Steppan
  • What’s New on the Bookshelf?: How To Make Autistic Children Happy
  • Autism and Culinary Skills
  • ASD Marketplace: SammySocks Etc.
  • FAQs About Guardianship