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Issue 37 – Making Educational Strides

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    Dear Readers, Just when we finally settled into a summer routine why does the calendar tell us it’s time to transition once again? For many children, the classic build up to the “first day of school” includes picking out special school clothes and meeting new teachers and friends.  But, as we know, a […]

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Issue 36 – Managing School Stressors

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Dear Readers, Is it really time to count down the final days of summer? Just when we finally got into the swing of the summer holiday how, we ask, can it possibly be time to switch gears again?  While it may seem a little early to think about school, the sooner your family prepares for […]

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Issue 35 – Summertime Fun and Safety on the Spectrum

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Dear Readers, It’s finally summer! A time to relax under the warm sun, catch up on the latest best seller, sleep in late… Wait, who really does that? Summertime with children generally means changes in schedules, disruptions in routines and a surplus of free time. And for families with children on the spectrum, these kind […]

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Issue 33 – Let’s Get Moving and Stay Healthy

The world’s favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May. — Edwin Way Teale It’s finally Spring — a time when all things seem possible.  It’s a time to shed those winter doldrums and refocus energies on finding new ways to improve the overall health of our families.  As dedicated parents, we […]

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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 29 – Finding New Ways to Thrive

Dear Readers, “Spring is the time of year when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade.” ― Charles Dickens, Great Expectations Springtime has always been my favorite season as it signifies new life and hope for tomorrow.  As the days get longer and the earth begins to warm, the once brown grass greens […]

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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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