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Great Ways to Improve Life and Social Skills In the Kitchen

Great Ways to Improve Life and Social Skills In the Kitchen https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/great-ways-improve-life-skills/

As a food-loving dietitian, I’m probably biased. Still, I believe that one of the most valuable experiences for raising a healthy child on the spectrum is spending time in the kitchen. Parents often give me a curious look when I suggest this. It sounds like a lot of mess. And is it safe? Yes, with […]

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Didn’t Know the Half Of It

Didn’t Know the Half Of It https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/didnt-know-half-of-it/

The tender story of a man’s struggle to place his youngest brother with autism into respite care the night of their mother’s passing. Thursday 01.10.2015 “It’s  Mam,” John sounded panicky on his mobile. “Something’s not right.” He rang her every night but tonight she had been talking faint and slurred then gone quiet. He could […]

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Noted 13-year-old Chef with Autism Inspires Major TV Campaign


In many ways, Chase Bailey is a regular 13-year-old boy from California. But he is different and exceptional because he was diagnosed with autism as a toddler. Even before he started preschool, his mother Mary worked with physicians, therapists and educators to ensure that Chase would receive the kind of specialist therapy he needed to […]

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