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Sensory Play Ideas and Summer Activities For Kids With Autism

Does your child with autism become overstimulated or bored easily? With the school year coming to an end, are you looking for sensory play ideas for your child? This guide will provide a variety of ideas for fun sensory play activities for children with autism. How do sensory issues affect children with autism? For many […]

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New Book Offers Encouragement to Parents of Fussy Eaters

Helpful New Book Offers Encouragement to Parents of Fussy Eaters https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/encouragement-parents-fussy-eaters

Attack of the Killer Banana by Shannon Thiry A new book, Attack of the Killer Banana, by Shannon Thiry, offers help and support to parents of children who are extremely fussy eaters. Lots of parents complain about their children being “fussy eaters.” But with a little bit of encouragement,1 their kids outgrow their problems. For […]

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Issue 42 – Autism: Fighting the Stigmas

  Subscribe today and save 50% Features: The Never-Ending Battle for Autism Rights A Special Interview with Civil Rights Attorney Areva Martin Meet autism advocate and attorney Areva Martin who is currently representing Vityut Gopal and Parul Agrawal, and their son with autism as neighbors have filed a lawsuit in an effort to have him […]

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How to Help Your Child with Autism Overcome Picky Eating

How to Help Your Child with Autism Overcome Picky Eating https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/how-to-help-your-asd-child-overcome-picky-eating-now/

Picky Eating is the common term for what Picky Eaters do. These children are hard to please and to feed in general, but they rarely end up starving themselves. Patterns of over-selecting food are common among children with developmental disorders, but they are also common among all children. Estimates vary widely among studies, but in […]

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