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Top Ways to Interrupt the Meltdown Cycle

Top Ways to Interrupt the Meltdown Cycle https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/ways-interrupt-meltdown-cycle

Meltdowns are often caused by sensory issues. The world is often too loud, too bright, too stinky, or too silent. Even if a meltdown is triggered by something else, adrenaline will heighten our senses more. This is a natural survival instinct, but people with autism go into survival mode more often. This leads to a […]

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Issue 69 – The Gift of Calm This Season

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Expert Advice On How To Manage Anxiety In Children With AutismA consultant psychiatrist with 20 years of clinical experience shares ways to ease your child’s anxiety and encourage stress management.Andrés Fonseca, MD, MSc, MRCPsych, FRSA Easy Ways To Create Some Calm For A Child With […]

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Hold That Face: How to Stay Calm When Life Gets Tough

Hold That Face: How to Stay Calm When Life Gets Tough https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/stay-calm-when-life-gets-tough

People seemed to freeze in their movements as my son, Frankie, ran through the parking lot screaming “Nooo!”  I avoided eye contact and hurried to catch him before we provided the store’s entertainment for the day.  I tried not to show fear and kept a straight face as I hurried to catch him.  If I […]

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