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5 Tips To Balance ASD Kids And Work

By Aradhana Pandey Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is classified within a ‘spectrum’ of  behavioral disorders that are often diagnosed in early childhood.  Many children with autism struggle with communication, socializing, and exhibit repetitive actions.  As a result, many ASD kids require hands-on parenting in order to meet their daily needs.  As parents, you have to […]

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Issue 41 – Celebrating Family

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  Subscribe today and save 50% Features:   Five Tips for Enjoying The Season with Your Special Needs Child Excellent advice on how to optimistically and realistically plan for the holidays while enjoying time with your family. Deanna Picon Exploring Autism Handcrafted Art Made by Very Special Hands Meet an motivational young autistic woman with […]

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Advice on How the Thyroid/Autism Connection Can Make a Difference

Advice On How Thyroid and Autism Connection Makes A Difference

During my years as a physician I have had the privilege to work with many families and their autistic children. In my experience, nearly three-quarters of those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have low thyroid function.  With proper treatment, we often see significant gains in speech, language, eye contact, motor function, growth, GI function […]

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Quotes About Autism 2

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“Think of it: a disability is usually defined in terms of what is missing.… But autism … is as much about what is abundant as what is missing, an over-expression of the very traits that make our species unique.” – Paul Collins, Not Even Wrong: Adventures in Autism “I myself am opaque, for some reason. […]

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