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Is Autism Really Underestimated in Women?

Is Autism Really Underestimated in Women? https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/autism-really-underestimated-in-women/

Girls With Autism Flying Under the Radar proclaims one headline. For many years, it’s been accepted the wisdom that there’s an approximately 4:1 ratio of autistic men to autistic women. Recently, self-advocates, scientists, and clinicians have challenged this long-accepted ratio. They claim autism presents differently in girls. As a male on the autism spectrum, I […]

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Excellent Strategies You Need to Know for Handling Challenging ASD Behavior

Excellent Strategies You Need to Know for Handling Challenging ASD Behavior https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/handling-strategies-for-asd-behavior/

Do you avoid saying ‘no’? Do you only use the vacuum cleaner when your child is out of the house? Are you dreading dinnertime because the supermarket ran out of the particular brand of chicken nuggets that you usually buy? These are all questions often answered as ‘yes’ by parents of children with autism spectrum […]

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Simple Ways Parents and Professionals Can Help Children With ASD

Simple Ways Parents and Professionals Can Help Children With ASD https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/ways-to-help-children-with-asd/

As a professional working extensively in the area of special education needs I saw a pattern as I interacted with different professionals and parents. The interesting part is that this pattern is unintentional as we don’t know whether what we are doing is right or wrong which leads to a lot of anxiety and confusion […]

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Expert Ways to Help Your ASD Child Learn and Maintain Language

Expert Ways to Help Your ASD Child Learn and Maintain Language https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/ways-to-help-asd-child-learn-maintain-language

“Why does it seem that an autistic child doesn’t retain words that he has spoken before?”                                                                                                                                                                  — Paul Hi there, Thank you so much for your question.  It is a really great one and highlights a really important aspect of effective teaching.  It is not uncommon for children with autism to appear to […]

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Cookies For iPads – One Mom’s Special Mission for Hope

Cookies For iPads – One Mom’s Special Mission for Hope https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/cookies-for-ipads/

When Melissa Satterfield’s son, Chase, was 2 ½, and still not speaking, she began to worry. She made an appointment with her pediatrician, who said it was probably just delayed early development. Melissa requested a referral to speech therapy, anyway, hoping that it would help. Around the age of three, Chase’s speech therapist said it […]

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How to Better Connect When Your ASD Child Thinks Literally

How to Better Connect When Your ASD Child Thinks Literally https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/better-connect-when-asd-child-thinks-literally

When I was in fourth grade, we were given a writing assignment which required us to write step-by-step instructions on how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The entire class of nine and ten year old kids fell silent, and the vigorous sound of pencils scratching across paper filled the air. As fourth […]

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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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