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Autism Friendly Products and Services – The Ultimate Guide

Are you having a tough time finding autism friendly products and services when you need them? Is it hard to find locate autism friendly activities, vacation spots or sensory toys? Providing families affected by autism and those individuals diagnosed on the spectrum with the latest information is a key objective here at Autism Parenting Magazine.  […]

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Affordable Emergency App Makes Difference in Autism Community

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It’s Simple Math: ICE + Autism = Better Care Paramedics do amazing things every day; I know because I used to be one. They are often the first responders on the scene of a collision, fire, workplace accident or even a natural disaster. In addition to attending to the urgent medical needs of those on […]

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On the Spectrum

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  one awaying stoneheld distant one paced intention raging one hiding uneasy careful one scab-traced profile screaming one stepping hidden brave one sightless joyful smiling one listing dark becalmed one bespoken spell broke maging one veiling spirit woven one reservoir deep holding one keening foresaken foolish one rifting voice transposing one hopeful losting bright one […]

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How To Help Your Aspie Learn Social Skills: The 6 P’s To Social Skills Coaching For Parents

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In this episode of Dr. G Aspie Show, Mary B. Moore teaches Dr. G some awesome social skills games. The key ingredient to developing and keeping friendships is having shared joy and conversation skills. These social skills games are great tools to help your child find shared joy with others and have a fun and […]

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What Happens to My Child’s Coverage if Special Needs Support is Cut?

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Andrew asks: As I read on-line, I continue to see the services in so many states being reduced or in danger of being reduced due to frozen budgets or reduced budgets.  For instance, in California more than $1 billion was cut from the Department of Developmental Services, and it has not come back yet, while […]

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Promising New App Can Help ASD Kids Communicate Better

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Aut2Speak, an app that bridges the communication gap for those with pre-verbal or non-verbal autism, has announced its anticipated iOS release. Autism spectrum speech disorders can be difficult and even frustrating. Approximately half a million people in the United States suffer from autism-related speech disorders. Almost 10 million people have trouble with speech from other […]

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Holiday Gift Subscription Offer!

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Searching for the perfect gift this holiday season? No need to shop hectic stores — no need to waste money on postage. Give the gift of Autism Parenting Magazine every month for one year! From professional guidance on dealing with sensory and transition issues to learning about the latest in research and autism therapies, a […]

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How to Take the Worry Out of Appointments with Your ASD Child

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Do you dread taking your child with ASD to the dentist? Is a trip to get a haircut out of the question? Try using the 3 P’s: Pretend, Practice, and Pair to take the sting out of necessary outings. With a little time and preparation, kids on the spectrum of all ages and skill levels can learn to […]

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Father of Six Shares Valuable Life Message The “REAL” Reward

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Quite a few years back (before I even HAD children affected by autism) my wife took a sledgehammer to my head. Not literally, but nonetheless, it left me reeling and dizzy about my personal philosophy on raising my kids. You see, I had been out in public making statements that she was NOT happy with […]

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Trehalose: The Promising Supplement You’ve Never Heard About

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We are always looking for something new and something better. What’s the newest invention? What’s the newest discovery? Where’s the answer that’s going to change my world! It’s that constant and never ending hope that propels our search. The need for 100% is necessary. While we should always have gratitude for the things we have, […]

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