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Understanding Your Child With Autism’s Behavior In the Pool

Understanding Your Child With Autism's Behavior In the Pool https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/autisms-behavior-in-the-pool/

Is your child’s favorite activity staying underwater as often as possible? This could be because he/she loves the deep pressure encompassing his/her body during underwater play.  Understanding that the hydrostatic pressure provides a blanket of soothing squishes can help you to recognize the underlying reason for underwater play. Try to turn it into a fun game […]

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Top Tricycle a Sweet Ride for People with Special Needs

Top Tricycle a Sweet Ride for People with Special Needs https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/special-needs-tricycle-sweet-ride/

Product:  Nuvotrike 20 inch tricycle. Great for individuals with the desire to ride a bicycle but unable to balance on a traditional bicycle. Currently used by individuals of many ability levels. Cost:  $299 Introducing the Nuvotrike which has a patented design with a spring suspension to potentially absorb joint stress when transitioning over different surfaces. […]

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Inspired Dad Transforms the Way Special Needs Children Develop and Learn

Inspired Dad Transforms the Way Special Needs Children Develop and Learn https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/dad-transforms-autism-develop-and-learn

Autism Warrior: Rupert Isaacson is founder and co-director of the Horse Boy Foundation which consists of two main programs: The Horse Boy Method, an equine therapy that addresses the nervous system and builds neuroplasticity for autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and other related conditions Movement Method, a kinetic learning program applicable for both home and classroom. […]

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A New and Improved Approach to Social Skills

A New and Improved Approach to Social Skills https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/social-skills-improved-approach-autism

Kids with autism usually struggle socially and often find the teen years especially difficult. Anxiety and depression can emerge or worsen, along with a sense of helplessness, worthlessness and loneliness. Mental health professionals often refer these teens to social skills groups. These groups teach lessons about how to “appropriately” interact in a neurotypical (NT) world. […]

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New Game Helps Young ASD Boy See the World Differently

New Game Helps Young ASD Boy See the World Differently https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/game-helps-autism-better-connect

Dylan is a special little guy diagnosed with autism very young. He sees the world through a different colored pair of sunglasses every day. Days are spent trying to take what he sees in his mind and comprehend it in the real world. Imagine always missing one piece when you are trying to put together a […]

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Enhancing Fine and Gross Motor Skills with Creative Activities

Enhancing Fine and Gross Motor Skills with Creative Activities https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/enhancing-fine-gross-motor-skills-autism

The sun rises and sets every day. It is a proven occurrence and can be documented by most human beings who live on this planet. Now if you tell a 70-year-old today he/she should have seen 25,550 sunsets and sunrises each during a lifetime, he/she will immediately tell you he/she should have but missed many […]

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Simple Ways to Use ABA Intervention in Family Routines

Simple Ways to Use ABA Intervention in Family Routines https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/aba-intervention-family-routines/

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) interventions have been proven to be extremely effective for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), increasing their skills and reducing problem behavior (National Autism Center, 2015). There are a variety of ways ABA can be provided, but the way it is often delivered, through intensive 1:1 therapy, has come to be […]

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Excellent Ways to Develop Social Skills and Independence at the Store

Excellent Ways to Develop Social Skills and Independence at the Store https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/excellent-ways-develop-social-skills

The relevance of social skills among autistic people cannot be overemphasized as it has enabled them to interact and be independent in society. It is crystal clear that contemporary society has failed to provide enough support for people with learning disability as most societal structures assume that everyone in the society is able, and in […]

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