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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 Section – How do I explain the adoption to my ASD daughter?

This is the question of the month as featured in Issue Number 12 Question from Jo: This question may not be a fit for this forum but it is a problem I have been grappling with for a while. Our almost 6 year old daughter, who is on the spectrum, is adopted. We took custody […]

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Issue 12 – Helping Grandparents Understand the Complexity of Autism

Featuring: Grandparents and Autism by Kimberlee McCafferty A Weekend Away by B’s dad Divorce, Autism, and Blended Families by Nick Malcuit Event Recap by Leslie A. Burby Holiday Gift Giving Guide by Leslie A. Burby Fitting Fitness into the ASD Household by Eric Chessen Relax Bottle/Timeout Timer by Johanna Spaulding Book in the Spotlight: Rules […]

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