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Autism Potty Training – The Ultimate Guide

Autism Potty Training - The Ultimate Guide http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/autism-potty-training-guide/

From learning new routines to knowing when it’s time to use the toilet, to being able to manipulate clothing, the potty training process can take many years for some children with autism to become experts. Keep in mind that children with autism are all very different and master skills at different times. Download our FREE […]

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Issue 48 – Connecting and Communicating with Autism

Issue 48 - Connecting and Communicating with Autism

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Kids Must Move New Online Course Uses Movement to Unlock Learning Learn about an innovative online program that promotes teaching children through movement and a positive environment from well-known autism experts Rupert Isaacson (Horse Boy),  Arabella Carter-Johnson (Iris Grace), and Jenny A Hewitt, MEd. Amy […]

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HELP: I Need Communication Advice for Autistic Grandson

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A grandfather from Singapore asks… My eldest grandson (age 5) is autistic. His parents work full-time so I am his caretaker.  He is very picky about his food, does not talk, is hyperactive, walks on his toes, has difficulty concentrating, wakes up in the middle of the night, is not potty-trained, and fiddles with his […]

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Finding Big Kid Diapers, Pull-Ups and Youth Pants For Your Child with ASD

Big Diapers, Pull-ups and Youth Pants

Six-year-old Alexander was diagnosed with moderate autism spectrum disorder (ASD) several years ago. His parents have spent years attempting to potty train him, but he just isn’t completely there yet. In fact, his parents thought several times he was potty trained and then he regressed. Alexander’s parents are frustrated by the added stress of not […]

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