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Mom Advocates for Inclusive and Accessible Restrooms

Mom Advocates for Inclusive and Accessible Restrooms https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/mom-advocates-inclusive-accessible-restrooms/

I am a dedicated wife and mother of three children and a passionate activist for individuals and families impacted by disabilities. My eight-year-old son, Ethan, has autism and sensory processing disorder along with a chronic medical condition. He loves to play outside with his twin brother and older sister and he has the biggest dinosaur […]

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Simple New App Manages the Care of Complex Disorders

Simple New App Manages the Care of Complex Disorders https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/app-manages-of-complex-disorders/

The diagnosis of autism and all neurodevelopmental-related conditions are based on subjective measures. And since these patients often share overlapping symptoms, clinicians and researchers agree many are often misdiagnosed. Parents of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related conditions are especially impacted by these challenges given the extensive overlap of medical conditions and the time factor […]

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Expert Advice on Ways to Help a Child with a Sensorial Issue

Expert Advice on Ways to Help a Child with a Sensorial Issue https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/expert-advice-on-sensorial-issue/

My son, 17, is rubbing his elbows rather harshly against the arms of chairs or the console in the car.  Sometimes it is his knees that are “getting the treatment” and you don’t dare stop him or he will lose it and go into crisis.  I am wondering how to help him with this sensorial […]

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Top Ways a Gluten Free Diet  Can Help Kids with Autism

Hot Off the Press! Top Ways a Gluten Free Diet Can Help Kids with Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/gluten-free-diet-can-help

Recent clinical trials looking at gluten-free diets for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are showing benefits worth considering. Typical indicators of autism spectrum in children may include delayed speech, lack of eye contact, impaired or non-present social skills, shyness, obsessive-type behaviors, delayed gross or fine motor skills, sensory integration issues (sound and touch sensitivity, […]

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10 Things Medics Need to Know about Your Autism

Accidents happen. We all hope for the best, but being prepared for the unexpected is particularly important for people with autism. The heightened level of anxiety associated with an emergency can turn a challenging event into a nightmare, so being ready is of the utmost importance Owing to the complex and individual nature of autism, […]

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