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Easy Ways to Teach Perspective Taking to an ASD Child

Easy Ways to Teach Perspective Taking to an ASD Child https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/easy-ways-to-teach-perspective/

Perspective taking is the ability to understand another person’s thoughts, feelings, wants, and needs. Have you ever wondered how to begin helping your child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) understand the perspective of others? Theory of Mind deficits in individuals with autism is extensively documented in research but where do we start? How do we […]

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Life Perspective: When a Picture is Not Worth A Thousand Words

Life Perspective: When a Picture is Not Worth A Thousand Words https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/life-perspective-when-a-picture-is-not-worth-a-thousand-words

Like most grandparents, my home is full of photos of my grandchildren. In almost each and every photo they are smiling and happy. Each photo records a moment in time that is also etched into my memory. These photos record small events that are collectively the sum of each child’s life to date. As I […]

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