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Sensory Stress Busters During the Hectic Holiday Season

Sensory Stress Busters During the Hectic Holiday Season https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/stress-busters-during-holiday-season/

What a delight the holidays can be! Yet if you’re the parent of a child with sensory issues, making it a jolly holiday can be challenging. The stressors of unpredictable schedules, sudden transitions, and sensory input that disturbs your child are as plentiful as holiday lights this time of year. Naturally, we all try to […]

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Restless Nights: A Mom’s Case of IEP Insomnia

Restless Nights: A Mom's Case of IEP Insomnia https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/moms-case-of-iep-insomnia/

As I can’t sleep, I’m trying to figure out how to describe the pressure and fear of attending an Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting as a parent. I understand it’s a legal document that can be amended. But for me, there is so much emotion balled up into that document. It carries every piece of my […]

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Valuable Tips for Resolving Sleep Issues with Autism Now

Valuable Tips for Resolving Sleep Issues with Autism Now https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/valuable-tips-for-resolving-sleep-issues-with-autism

Every child seems to go through a period when sleeping becomes difficult.  Whether it’s because there is a monster under the bed or stress from school, parents know there will be sleepless nights. When your child has autism, counting the nights you get to sleep might be easier than counting the sleepless ones.  It is […]

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Dr. G Aspie Show – Picky Eating with Dr. Lauren King

In this two-part series of the Dr. G Aspie Show, Dr. Lauren King, co-founder of Food Wise at Southeast Psych, joins Dr. G to discuss picky eating with kids on the spectrum. Part 1 answers the big question – Why are kids on the spectrum typically picky eaters? Kids on the spectrum tend to have […]

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