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The Road to Success: Growing Up With Autism

The Road to Success: Growing Up With Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/success-growing-up-with-autism/

When I was a kid, I was something of a handful. I acted out in class, antagonized my peers, and was generally a disturber of the peace. I got punished with detention more times than I can count and spent so much time in the principal’s office that I still remember what it looked like […]

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Achieving Great Success Beyond the Autism Diagnosis

Achieving Great Success Beyond the Autism Diagnosis https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/achieving-great-success-beyond-autism/

Throughout most of his life, Gregory Chabolla had continuously proven that he could achieve far beyond the limits set by his diagnosis. It was back in 1998 when he was diagnosed with Pervasive Development Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS). Gregory was just three years old. And his mother, Michelle, was told her son would never be […]

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A Changing Child With Autism Needs a Changing Parent

A Changing Child With Autism Needs a Changing Parent https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/changing-child-autism-needs-parent/

Diagnosis often brings with it clarity of thought. We are given an explanation and often concrete actions in the shape of therapy. A lot of therapy. We take our child to so much therapy that our clarity becomes lost in the fog of scheduling, implementing, analyzing, assessing, researching, changing, and repeating that cycle. Then one […]

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An Exclusive Look at AUTISM With Julie Polanco

An Exclusive Look at AUTISM With Julie Polanco https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/exclusive-look-autism-julie-polanco/

Encouragement speaker Derrick Hayes gives an AUTISM Interview by asking six questions through each letter in the word AUTISM to give readers an insightful perspective from parents, experts, entrepreneurs, and other leaders in the field. Today’s AUTISM Interview is with Julie Polanco who is the author of God Schooling: How God Intended Children to Learn. […]

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Thank you, Asperger’s

Thank you, Asperger’s https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/thank-you-aspergers/

In 2016, this former newspaper columnist learned he has Asperger’s. Big picture, I’m okay with it. Oh, I often wonder what it would be like to live 24 hours as a social gadfly. Have a bunch of friends. Go to parties. Be voted Most Popular. To not bite my fingernails until they bleed. To not […]

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You Make Me Wonder…

You Make Me Wonder... https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/you-make-me-wonder/

What is it like in that world of yours? It really is intriguing Listening to you script and play It really must be amazing   You’re playing alone in your room But it sounds like there are a thousand friends You’re talking, laughing, dancing The fun never seems to end!   You put yourself into these make-believe worlds […]

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Autism Warrior: Tyler Inman Courageous Boy Shares What Life is Like With Asperger’s

Autism Warrior: Tyler Inman Courageous Boy Shares What Life is Like With Asperger's https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/courageous-boy-shares-life-aspergers/

Autism Warrior: Tyler Inman Eleven-year-old author of the honest narrative called Invisible Me which explores the challenges of being different as well as how to live life to the fullest. Accomplishments: Tyler said he feels his biggest achievement to date is he now has the courage to stand up and say “this is me.” He […]

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Celebrating Differences: Taking the World by Storm

Celebrating Differences: Taking the World by Storm https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/celebrating-differences-taking-world-storm/

Robin Weisman will never forget the day her son Corey found out he has autism. “Do I have Asperger’s syndrome?” he asked Weisman. “What makes you think that?”she asked gently. He points to a book on the counter entitled, Out-of-Sync Child. “Is that for me? Because I am a little out of sync.” How does […]

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5 Myths About Girls With Asperger’s and Social Groups

5 Myths About Girls With Asperger’s and Social Groups https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/myths-about-girls-aspergers-group/

Think you know about girls on the autism spectrum? Well, think again. Here are five myths you may have heard about that need to be reconsidered when we think about girls who have been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome (AS), “mild autism,” or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) level 1. This information comes from original research done […]

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Critical Reasons to Offer Support to Autism Siblings

Critical Reasons to Offer Support to Autism Siblings https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/critical-reasons-offer-support-autism/

When you are little, it’s hard to understand why your sister seems to get upset all the time, why she is impossible to calm down, why she hits and throws things for no reason, why she doesn’t have to finish her dinner (or even sit at the table), why she won’t play with you, why […]

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