Managing Autism Together

What's in this issue?

Do the people in your life give you unconditional support? Sadly, not everyone fully understands autism, which can affect how you feel as a parent. It doesn’t have to be this way.

This month, our writers have provided guidance on how to make the holidays more manageable, ways to cope with stress, and tips on how to help the people in your life develop fun, loving connections with your child. We also feature ideas for helping children with autism sleep better, ways to keep kids safe, tips to reduce bullying, plus a list of toys to help kids develop coordination, social skills, and confidence. Take a look—we’re here for you!

Featured in this issue:

  • 5 Ingredients You Need for Holiday Success With Special Needs
  • 8 Toys That Will Help Your Child With Autism Build Skills
  • Top Ways to Manage Stress When A Loved One Has Autism
  • How Can I Explain an Autism Diagnosis to My Child?
  • HELP: My Child With Sensory Issues Won’t Sleep In His Own Bed
  • Five Smart Tech Ideas for Parents With Kids on the Spectrum
  • One Mom and Seven Children on the Spectrum
  • How You Can Help Kids With ASD Reduce Bullying
  • How to Help Family and Friends Build Relationships With Your ASD Child
  • Teaching Adulting to Children on the Spectrum
  • Excellent Ways to Maximize Language With Your ASD Child
  • 3 Simple Tips for a Restful Night For Your Child With Autism
  • Understanding Perspective With ASD: The Sally Anne Test
  • ASD Marketplace
    New Videos Offer Parents an Opportunity to Provide ABA Techniques
  • 5 Tips for Posting About Special Needs Parenting on Social Media
  • The Joys of Horse-Riding for A Boy With Autism
  • Safety and ASD: Locked Down Like Fort Knox
  • Poetry Corner
    I Like It Now
  • Poetry Corner
    The Princess and the Pea, Just Let Me Be Me
  • An Exclusive Look at AUTISM With Chad R. MacDonald
  • What's New on the Bookshelf?
    Charming Story Sends Powerful and Loving Autism Message
  • What's New on the Bookshelf?
    New Book Bridges the Gap Between the Classroom and Home for ASD Parents
  • Will Monetary Gifts Affect My ASD Child’s Government Benefits?