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Issue 48 – Connecting and Communicating with Autism

Issue 48 – Connecting and Communicating with Autism

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Kids Must Move New Online Course Uses Movement to Unlock Learning Learn about an innovative online program that promotes teaching children through movement and a positive environment from well-known autism experts Rupert Isaacson (Horse Boy),  Arabella Carter-Johnson (Iris Grace), and Jenny A Hewitt, MEd. Amy… Continue Reading

On the Spectrum

On the Spectrum

  one awaying stoneheld distant one paced intention raging one hiding uneasy careful one scab-traced profile screaming one stepping hidden brave one sightless joyful smiling one listing dark becalmed one bespoken spell broke maging one veiling spirit woven one reservoir deep holding one keening foresaken foolish one rifting voice transposing one hopeful losting bright one… Continue Reading

Holiday Gift Subscription Offer!

Holiday Gift Subscription Offer!

Searching for the perfect gift this holiday season? No need to shop hectic stores — no need to waste money on postage. Give the gift of Autism Parenting Magazine every month for one year! From professional guidance on dealing with sensory and transition issues to learning about the latest in research and autism therapies, a… Continue Reading

Issue 40 – Conquering Stress

Issue 40 – Conquering Stress

  Subscribe today and save 50% Features:   Ways to Unlock and Manage Your Autistic Child’s Anxiety Authors of the book Understanding Autism share their advice on identifying and managing anxiety in children of all ages. Professor Katrina Williams and Professor Jacqueline Roberts Valuable Ways to Prepare Your Child with Autism for a Hospital Stay… Continue Reading

A Quick Look at ASD Literary Finds

A Quick Look at ASD Literary Finds

We have uncovered two newly-published books that provide a perfect fit for both parents and children during the back-to-school timeframe.  For a child experiencing anxiety, we are highlighting a lovely picture book by author Annette Rivlin-Gutman that encourages children to find their inner calm.  Parents and caregivers of children on the spectrum are sure to… Continue Reading

Issue 39 – Working Together to Communicate Better

Issue 39 – Working Together to Communicate Better

  Dear Readers, Communication can be tough. As we all know, many children diagnosed with autism have a more difficult time developing the language skills they need at first. Nonverbal communication, such as eye contact, hand gestures and facial expressions, can especially be a challenge. While many children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) develop communication… Continue Reading