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An Exclusive Look at AUTISM With Rayni Anderson Brindley

Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes gives an AUTISM Interview by asking six questions through each letter in the word AUTISM to give readers an insightful perspective from parents, experts, entrepreneurs, and other leaders in the field. Today’s AUTISM Interview is with Rayni Anderson Brindley, Senior Vice President of Organizational Development with Devereux, who is responsible for […]

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How to Create the Dream Team for Your Autistic Child

How to Create the Dream Team for Your Autistic Child https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/dream-team-for-autistic-child/

You won’t be able to build a dream team, even in a city rich in services if you don’t first identify what you and your child need, and that is difficult because you probably don’t know all that is out there, and what you need often changes.  Look to your child for guidance. Once you […]

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Parent’s Survival Guide to Autism Diagnosis and Treatment

Parent’s Survival Guide to Autism Diagnosis and Treatment https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/parents-survival-guide-to-autism/

Facing a new autism diagnosis or treatment plan for your child can be scary, particularly when that plan involves care at a residential treatment program. Your treatment team understands that parenting children with autism can be challenging and exhausting, and they are ready to help. Working together with your treatment team will result in better […]

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How Can I Best Prepare for an ABA Therapist in My Home?

How Can I Best Prepare for an ABA Therapist in My Home? https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/best-prepare-for-aba-therapist/

After receiving your child’s diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), you probably felt a flurry of emotions. Perhaps you were shocked, thinking to yourself on the drive home, “but my kid talks.” Perhaps you were relieved, finally having confirmation that your sneaking suspicions about your child’s delays were valid. Whatever you felt, you took the […]

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