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Top 8 Things You Should Never Say To a Person With Autism

Top 8 Things You Should Never Say To a Person With Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/things-not-to-say-with-autism/

My name is Leanne, I’m 24 years old, and have a very mild form of autism called Asperger’s syndrome. Here are some things you should not say to people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD): 1. You don’t care about anybody but yourself Let me explain. Even though it may seem like people on the autism […]

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So, Your Child Was Diagnosed With Autism…Now What?

So, Your Child Was Diagnosed With Autism…Now What? https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/child-was-diagnosed-with-autism/

I understand your jumble of emotions, desire for a guided path, and most of all…for HOPE. I was in your exact place two decades ago. My youngest son, David, has autism and Tourette syndrome. He barely spoke at age three and battled processing, comprehension, and analytical challenges.  Yet, he is now happy and fulfilled 24-year-old […]

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Back to School Advice for Parents With Kids on the Spectrum

Back to School Advice for Parents With Kids on the Spectrum https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/back-to-school-advice-for-parents/

Change is difficult for all of us and change is an ever-constant factor in our lives.  It is an even bigger deal for a child who is on the spectrum.  One of the biggest changes occurring each year for our children is getting ready for a new school year which can include hectic planning with […]

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Top Strategies to Enhance Your Child’s Capacity for Self-Love

Top Strategies to Enhance Your Child’s Capacity for Self-Love http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/enhancing-self-love-strategies-autism

Self-love is something all human beings struggle with regardless of age or ability. But when children perceive they are flawed—either from an autism label they have been given, or a negative comment from a bystander, or an expectation they cannot realistically meet—the ability to love self can be very difficult. The book, The Reason I […]

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