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New Book Will Resonate with Special Needs Families

New Book Will Resonate with Special Needs Families https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/book-resonate-special-needs-families

Lookin Out For Leroy By Janey H. Bailey Lookin Out For Leroy is an uplifting story about 11-year-old Leroy, who is autistic. He struggles with many basic life skills, but musically he is a prodigy. Narrated by his 14-year-old carer and sister, Tia, the siblings are recruited into a Caribbean band and are taken on […]

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Do You Need to Be a Special Ed Teacher to Homeschool a Child with ASD?

Do You Need to Be a Special Ed Teacher to Homeschool a Child with ASD? https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/special-education-teacher-homeschooling-autism

Dear Rob… I sure hope you are able to give me some advice. My eight-year-old son has autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, stress, and anxiety. The school will listen, but does nothing to help as far as changing his Individualized Education Program (IEP) for behavior issues. I am doubting myself […]

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Issue 72 – Sensory Solutions For Life

Autism Parenting Magazine Issue 71 - Navigating A New Year https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/issue-71-navigating-a-new-year/

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Top Strategies To Enhance Your Child’s Capacity For Self Love A parent coach provides two exciting activities to help encourage self-love. Connie Hammer, MSW, PCI Certified Parent Coach® Autism and ADHD: Do You Know How To Help With Co-occurring Conditions? Learn both the differences and […]

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Great Job Opportunities for People With Documented Disabilities

Great Job Opportunities for People With Documented Disabilities https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/documented-disabilities-employment-opportunities

We all know just how hard it is to get a job when you have a documented disability. What if there was a way to get bumped to the top of the hiring list just because you have a disability? This may seem out of the ordinary, but it does exist. A program called Schedule […]

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How to Plan and Define the Years To Come with Autism

How to Plan and Define The Years To Come with Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/plan-define-years-to-come-autism

What parent doesn’t worry about his/her child’s future? I’m the mother of three, and I worry about each of my children. Their happiness, their successes, their abilities to carry on and be independent. Yet the issue becomes a bit more comprehensive when a child has a disability. My youngest son, David, was diagnosed with autism […]

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Sensory Overload: How to Find What Works Best for Your ASD Child

Sensory Overload: How to Find What Works Best for Your Child with Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/sensory-overload-what-works-best-autism

Needing a Band-Aid after scraping your knee seems like a rite of passage when it comes to childhood. I have many memories of running into my grandmother’s house in the summer and showing her my freshly scraped knee and waiting on the counter for her to come back with iodine and a bandage. It always […]

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5 Best Practices for Setting Goals with Autism in the New Year

5 Best Practices for Setting Goals with Autism in the New Year https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/best-practices-with-autism-in-new-year

For many people, the New Year brings with it a renewed sense of opportunity.  It is a time when many people are setting new goals for personal growth.  Setting goals is also a significant part of any good treatment program that is based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). We set goals when we are deciding […]

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Fueling your Child’s Passion: An Educator’s Look at The Spark

Fueling your Child’s Passion: An Educator's Look at The Spark https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/fueling-childs-passion-an-educators-look-at-spark

The Spark: A Mother’s Story of Nurturing Genius, by Kristine Barnett, recounts her story as a mother of a child diagnosed with Asperger’s. Kristine narrates how she “lost” her son Jake to autism and her family’s journey to get him back. Jake worked with experts at home and in school, but progress was lacking, and […]

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