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Issue 49 – Understanding the People We Love

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  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Advice on Understanding and Calming Sensory Overload in Children A pediatric occupational therapist and mother explains sensory overload and provides excellent ways to calm. Kimberly Zissler Syers OTR/L The Benefits of Teaching Your Child with ASD the Value of Money A communication expert provides great […]

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Issue 47 – Motherhood – An Unconditional Love

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  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Using Mindfulness to Conquer Parental Stress Now Expert advice on stress reduction strategies for parents of children with autism. Dr. Neill Broderick and Colin Rhodes, M.Sc. How an Amazing Cat Changed My Child with Autism’s World Mother to Iris Grace, the young artist known for […]

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Issue 46 – The Time for Acceptance

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  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50%   Features: Autism Awareness – Easy Ways to Help Your Child Make a True Connection Excellent advice for parents on how to include children in raising autism awareness through the forging of friendships in the community. Lisa Timms Why Autism Awareness? Because No One Gains from […]

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Issue 45 – Protecting Your Child with Autism

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50%   Features: Your Child with Special Needs Is Entitled to a Free and Appropriate Education But Where Do You Start? A leading autism and children’s rights advocate explains the need to create strong parent/school district partnerships to ensure children receive appropriate placement and the best education […]

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Issue 44 – Strategies for Daily Life with Autism

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50%   Features: Valuable Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Cope with Traumatic Events Learn from an expert ways you can provide comfort and reassurance for your child with autism in this ever-changing world. Karen Kabaki-Sisto, M.S. CCC-SLP Sure Fire Ways to Help Your ASD Child Go To […]

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Issue 42 – Autism: Fighting the Stigmas

  Subscribe today and save 50% Features: The Never-Ending Battle for Autism Rights A Special Interview with Civil Rights Attorney Areva Martin Meet autism advocate and attorney Areva Martin who is currently representing Vityut Gopal and Parul Agrawal, and their son with autism as neighbors have filed a lawsuit in an effort to have him […]

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Issue 41 – Celebrating Family

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  Subscribe today and save 50% Features:   Five Tips for Enjoying The Season with Your Special Needs Child Excellent advice on how to optimistically and realistically plan for the holidays while enjoying time with your family. Deanna Picon Exploring Autism Handcrafted Art Made by Very Special Hands Meet an motivational young autistic woman with […]

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Searching for the perfect gift this holiday season? No need to shop hectic stores — no need to waste money on postage. Give the gift of Autism Parenting Magazine every month for one year! From professional guidance on dealing with sensory and transition issues to learning about the latest in research and autism therapies, a […]

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Issue 40 – Conquering Stress

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  Subscribe today and save 50% Features:   Ways to Unlock and Manage Your Autistic Child’s Anxiety Authors of the book Understanding Autism share their advice on identifying and managing anxiety in children of all ages. Professor Katrina Williams and Professor Jacqueline Roberts Valuable Ways to Prepare Your Child with Autism for a Hospital Stay […]

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Issue 39 – Working Together to Communicate Better

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  Dear Readers, Communication can be tough. As we all know, many children diagnosed with autism have a more difficult time developing the language skills they need at first. Nonverbal communication, such as eye contact, hand gestures and facial expressions, can especially be a challenge. While many children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) develop communication […]

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