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Quick Tips on Communications for Children With Autism and Special Needs

Quick Tips on Communications for Children With Autism and Special Needs https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/tips-on-communications-with-autism/

As a pediatrician, I have been taught that the developmental progress of a three to four-year-old should include well over 500 words and a child should be able to describe things and situations in a meaningful way. This milestone is one that all parents strive for as it is an important part of a child’s […]

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Easy Ways For Parents to Better Connect With Kids With Autism

Easy Ways For Parents to Better Connect With Kids With Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/connect-with-kids-with-autism/

You have a child with autism. You’re one of the one in 59 families* in the United States who gets to greet the unique daily challenges and joys that comes from raising a child with a different set of needs. In my time working as a researcher in the clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital Department […]

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Expert Water Safety Advice When Your Child Has Autism

Expert Water Safety Advice When Your Child Has Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/safety-advice-for-autistic-child/

For many families, gearing up for the summer is an exciting endeavor!   As the warmer weather begins, there are families opening pools, and there may be trips to a lake or the ocean.  While being active and outdoors is definitely something to be encouraged, it can also come with some increased risks for children with […]

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Scripting: Out with the Borrowed, and In With a New Tale

Scripting: Out with the Borrowed, and In With a New Tale https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/scripting-verbal-sharing-tips

Let’s go back to a moment when your child shared a story that was not his/her own and was disconnected from that present situation. Give yourself the luxury of a short daydream.  First, focus on your child’s adorable, precious face. Next, fill in the scene that you just imagined. Include your shared words or story […]

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