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How Much Practical Time Should Your Child with ASD Spend on the Screen?

How Much Practical Time Should Your Child with ASD Spend on the Screen? https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/practical-time-can-asd-spend-on-screen

Do you know how much time your child spends on the screen playing video games? Do you know which kinds of games are detrimental or valuable to young minds? These are very challenging questions for parents, especially for parents of children with autism. There is no question that videogames, some apps and online activities can […]

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This Exciting New App Helps Special Needs Kids Speak Through Play

This Exciting New App Helps Special Needs Kids Speak Through Play https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/app-helps-autism-speak-through-play

Product: Speech Blubs is a video- and voice-based app constructed with the purpose to boost children’s imitation and speaking abilities through play. “I’ve had it [Speech Blubs app] for less than a week and he’s already saying more!” Cost: $9.99 monthly subscription fee What’s special about this app is that it uses videos of real […]

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Two Special Dads Give the Exciting Gift of Voice

Two Dads Give the Gift of Voice https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/gift-of-voice/

Most dads like to give gifts to their children.  Some dads give toys, some give treats.  Others give money, books, or clothes. But one pair of dads—whose children had no speech of their own—gave a gift that meant much more than any of those.  They gave the gift of voice. Brian Whitmer and Scot Wahlquist […]

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Simple Ways to Make Pokémon GO! Safe with Autism

By now you have probably heard of Pokémon Go!  It is a mobile game developed by Niantic that includes location-based augmentative reality.  In other words, using the GPS on your phone, the game identifies real-world locations near you and the “digital you” on your phone screen searches for, captures and trains Pokémons in your own […]

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