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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 http://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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Rocket Laces: Teaching the World How to Tie Shoes

Rocket Laces: Teaching the World How to Tie Shoes http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/teaching-the-world-to-tie-shoes/

I didn’t ever see myself creating the best solution for children learning to tie their shoes. During my final year in college I began working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.  I didn’t have much knowledge in the field nor did I completely understand all of the different areas of special needs but I […]

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5 Primary Tools for Communicative Play with Your Special Needs Child

5 Primary Tools for Communicative Play with Your Special Needs Child http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/communicative-play-with-special-needs-child

How can we best communicate with our children?  The answer is always their preferred choice of play.  Below you will find a breakdown of the 5 primary tools for communicative play outlined in the pages of Solitary Genius: Discovering the Gifted Child Within. Solitary Genius is a memoir that touches upon the many complexities of communication […]

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Issue 45 – Protecting Your Child with Autism

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50%   Features: Your Child with Special Needs Is Entitled to a Free and Appropriate Education But Where Do You Start? A leading autism and children’s rights advocate explains the need to create strong parent/school district partnerships to ensure children receive appropriate placement and the best education […]

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Issue 19 – Power of Language

Editor’s Letter It has been a tough month for the autism community being cast in a negative light.  Choosing which language to use is extremely important!  In the past month, someone commented on how we should stop using the term Asperger’s because it doesn’t exist anymore. To that I would like to explain: 1. I […]

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