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Simple Ways to Help a Child With Autism Master Math

Simple Ways to Help a Child With Autism Master Math https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/simple-ways-autism-master-math/

Which school subject has led to more parental gray hairs than all other subjects combined? It’s not too hard to guess that the answer is math. Math can be a struggle for any child, but students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often encounter some unique challenges where math is concerned. Now that it’s summertime, it […]

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A Special Life Bond – The Wind Beneath My Wings

A Special Life Bond - The Wind Beneath My Wings https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/a-bond-beneath-my-wings/

The unique bond between a parent and a special needs child is astounding. My son, Douglas, and I share a very close and wonderfully special relationship. I am a single mom, and he has both autism and childhood schizophrenia. A lot of people would think that this sounds very difficult to live with, and they […]

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

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