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Issue 67 – Preparing for Adulthood With Autism

Buy Single IssueSubscribe today and save 50%Features:How to Transition Your Young Adult with Asperger’s Into the World Learn ways to help your adult child transition from living at home to successfully enter the adult world.Safia Fatima Mohiuddin What You Need to Know About the Benefits of AAC EvaluationsA certified speech-language pathologist answers five commonly asked questions […]

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Issue 49 – Understanding the People We Love

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Buy Single IssueSubscribe today and save 50%Features:Advice on Understanding and Calming Sensory Overload in ChildrenA pediatric occupational therapist and mother explains sensory overload and provides excellent ways to calm.Kimberly Zissler Syers OTR/LThe Benefits of Teaching Your Child with ASD the Value of MoneyA communication expert provides great tips on how to teach someone with autism […]

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Issue 46 – The Time for Acceptance

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Buy Single IssueSubscribe today and save 50%  Features:Autism Awareness – Easy Ways to Help Your Child Make a True ConnectionExcellent advice for parents on how to include children in raising autism awareness through the forging of friendships in the community.Lisa Timms Why Autism Awareness? Because No One Gains from SilenceThe mother of a young boy on the […]

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Issue 40 – Conquering Stress

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Subscribe today and save 50%Features:  Ways to Unlock and Manage Your Autistic Child’s AnxietyAuthors 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 StayExcellent tips for finding the care your child […]

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Issue 39 – Working Together to Communicate Better

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 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 skills differently […]

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Issue 32 – Striving for Independence

Dear Readers, When I think of April, my thoughts immediately go to the vast number of families celebrating National Autism Awareness Month (NAAM). It’s an excellent time to educate about autism, promote awareness and acceptance and reach out to families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With more than two million individuals diagnosed with ASD […]

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