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Issue 66 – Finding Calm and Balance

Buy Single IssueSubscribe today and save 50%Features:The Best Fidget Toys to Relieve Stress and AnxietyAn occupational therapist and owner of a sensory toy subscription service describes the most popular fidget toys that can help calm children with autism.Christina Kozlowski, OTR/L The Importance of Activity and How to Include it in Daily LifeDiscover the many ways to […]

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Issue 62 – Motherhood: An Enduring Love

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Buy Single IssueSubscribe today and save 50%Features:Celebrating the Love and Strength of Women in Our LivesIn celebration of Mother’s Day, autism advocate and attorney Areva Martin shares an intimate look at the enduring effect of strong and loving women.Areva Martin, Esq. Top Ways Autistic Teens Can Transition to the WorkplaceAn autistic job recruiter provides points to […]

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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 44 – Strategies for Daily Life with Autism

Buy Single IssueSubscribe today and save 50%  Features:Valuable Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Cope with Traumatic EventsLearn from an expert ways you can provide comfort and reassurance for your child with autism in this ever-changing world.Karen Kabaki-Sisto, M.S. CCC-SLP Sure Fire Ways to Help Your ASD Child Go To Bed  The single mother of twin teen boys shares her […]

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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 38 – Keeping ASD Kids Healthy

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Dear Readers,The journey toward good health — it’s in the news every day. It’s circulated on television, social media, newspapers, magazines…we are inundated by free-flowing advice.  It’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed by all the reports, as they often contradict and they aren’t always easy to follow.That’s why we have chosen to focus this […]

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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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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 ask […]

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