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Ways to Achieve Tele-Conference Course Success with Special Abilities

Ways to Achieve Tele-Conference Course Success with Special Abilities https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/achieve-teleconference-course-success-with-special-abilities

Online and tele-conference courses have become prevalent in secondary and post secondary institutions, especially in rural areas.  I have heard more than once that being able to learn in this way is a life skill.  My son was diagnosed as high-functioning autistic when he was three-and-a-half years old. Throughout his education, he has had many […]

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What I Learned About Parenting and Autism as a Neurotypical Kid

Your children are just as worried about you as you are about them… My younger brother, Preston, was diagnosed with autism on December 29th, 2002.  My mother would often retell the story in great detail, saying, “I’ll never forget the neurologist slamming us in the face with the diagnosis while you and Austin were standing […]

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New Book Provides Advice on How to Become Your Child’s Strongest Advocate

New Book Provides Advice on How to Become Your Child's Strongest Advocate

As a parent of a child with extra special needs, there’s always a lot going on. Parents can be overwhelmed by child development experts, complex funding, and disability systems. There is frustration with aspects of their child’s school and therapy programs. With the constant juggling act, there is little time or energy to navigate through […]

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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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