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How to Fight for the Best Education for Your ASD Child

How to Fight for the Best Education for Your ASD Child https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/best-education-for-asd-child/

As the mother of six children, three autistic, three not disabled but in speech for a few years each in elementary schools, I have gone to way more than my fair share of educational meetings at school. Over the decades fighting that red tape, I have learned some ways to make the process less of […]

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From Tears to Joy: A Special Homeschooling Journey

From Tears to Joy: A Special Homeschooling Journey http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/special-homeschooling-journey/

Laundry is overflowing in the hampers, the sink is full of dishes, and a mess of incomplete school work is strewn across the dining room table.  Cuddled together under a warm blanket, my son Ethan and I embrace the joy of reading a book together. It was all that could make that otherwise miserable January […]

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A Mom’s Story: When Homeschooling is the Best Choice for Life Learning

A Mom's Story: When Homeschooling is the Best Choice for Life Learning http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/when-homeschooling-is-the-best-choice-for-life-learning

As we approach graduation with my child with autism, I am able to reflect back on our journey. What an amazing journey it has been these last 10 years. I have seen my child blossom before my eyes with the knowledge that I had a hand in his success. We pulled Logan out of school […]

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Excellent Ways to Create Social Opportunities for Your Child with ASD

Excellent Ways to Create Social Opportunities for Your Child with ASD http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/excellent-ways-to-create-social-opportunities-for-asd

Many parents of children with autism enjoy the various advantages that homeschooling affords, especially in the social arena. It provides fluid opportunity for practical socialization at quantities dictated by individual need and quality as defined by your family’s values. It takes place in the real world so it is difficult to replicate in other learning […]

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Great Ways To Increase Your Child’s Success In The Classroom

Great Ways To Increase Your Child’s Success In The Classroom http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/ways-to-increase-childs-success-in-the-classroom

We can all agree — we want our children to learn and enjoy their education.  Because of our children’s needs, we need to be EXTRA thoughtful, creative, and helpful to teachers.  Children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have different reactions to environments.  Sometimes they are OVER-STIMULATED and sometimes, UNDERSTIMULATED. Each child is different! Creating […]

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