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Special Needs: Grandparents Can Be in Your Corner

Special Needs: Grandparents Can Be in Your Corner https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/special-needs-grandparents-in-corner/

There is a well-known parable floating around the special needs community which describes how it feels when you are first told you are to be the parent of a child with special needs. The story describes how a family is preparing to go to Italy. They have researched all the best activities and adventures to […]

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Q&A Expert Advice on How to Manage ASD Behavior Without Yelling

Q&A Expert Advice on How to Manage ASD Behavior Without Yelling https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/managing-asd-behavior-without-yelling/

My grandson has mild autism and is doing well after going to therapy. But I wanted to know, do we have to shout at the child and scold him when doesn’t follow our instructions? His doctor said if he is not scolded he will not be corrected. Is it true? Sometimes I feel so sad […]

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How Do You Respond When You Suspect a Loved One Is On the Spectrum?

How Do You Respond When You Suspect a Loved One Is On the Spectrum? https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/loved-one-is-on-spectrum/

Question: Hi, I wonder if you can offer advice on how to deal with an adult son who, although undiagnosed, I am sure is on the spectrum. He does not do small talk, doesn’t understand why anyone should be interested in what he is doing, and has no interest in anyone else. Conversations are very […]

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5 Ways For Back To School Success With Your Special Needs Grandchild

Back-to-School Success with Special Needs Grandchild

Dear Mom and Dad, I’m writing this letter on National Grandparents Day to let you know how much I appreciate you and the important role you play in my family’s life.  There’s no greeting card that could possibly tell you how much you mean to us. I know that having a special needs grandchild can […]

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