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Growing Up With Autism

Growing Up With Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/growing-up-with-autism/

Back in June 2013 I wrote about my son, who was on the verge of getting a diagnosis of being on the autism spectrum. At the time, I wanted to write about him before I got the diagnosis because I needed to remind myself that my son is not his diagnosis. I was afraid that […]

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New Hope: A Documentary Filmmaker’s Perspective on Peering Over the Cliff

New Hope: A Documentary Filmmaker's Perspective on Peering Over the Cliff https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/filmmakers-perspective-over-the-cliff/

In May of 2017, I had the good fortune to begin filming my first feature-length documentary, This Business of Autism about employment opportunities for adults on the spectrum. The film follows the expansion of Spectrum Designs, which is a custom screen-printing and embroidery business located in Port Washington, New York. Seventy-five percent of Spectrum Designs’ […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Prioritize Sleep in a Hectic Household

Top 5 Reasons to Prioritize Sleep in a Hectic Household https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/reasons-to-take-quality-rest/

All too often parents of children with autism are unsung, underappreciated, overworked and without exception, they are chronically sleep deprived. It goes without saying that caring for a child on the spectrum begs an insurmountable level of vigilance, ingenuity, and temperance. It requires “A-Game” energy and execution in every waking moment of each day. Perhaps […]

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New Game Helps Young ASD Boy See the World Differently

New Game Helps Young ASD Boy See the World Differently https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/game-helps-autism-better-connect

Dylan is a special little guy diagnosed with autism very young. He sees the world through a different colored pair of sunglasses every day. Days are spent trying to take what he sees in his mind and comprehend it in the real world. Imagine always missing one piece when you are trying to put together a […]

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