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Expert Water Safety Advice When Your Child Has Autism

Expert Water Safety Advice When Your Child Has Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/safety-advice-for-autistic-child/

For many families, gearing up for the summer is an exciting endeavor!   As the warmer weather begins, there are families opening pools, and there may be trips to a lake or the ocean.  While being active and outdoors is definitely something to be encouraged, it can also come with some increased risks for children with […]

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Internet Safety Rules You Need to Teach Your Child with ASD

Internet Safety Rules You Need to Teach Your Child with ASD https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/internet-safety-rules-to-teach/

The Internet has been a game changer. It is estimated that 95% of teenagers aged 12-17 are online.While the Internet has connected us to others and made information much more accessible, it also poses a tremendous potential threat to your child’s safety if left to his/her own devices.Essentially, the Internet presents us a means by […]

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How to Prepare Your Autistic Child for a Weather Emergency

How to Prepare Your Autistic Child for a Weather Emergency https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/preparing-autistic-child-for-weather-emergency

While the summer months involve the best weather of the year for some of us, the weather may be more volatile and a source of tremendous stress for others.  For example, depending on where you live, summertime might bring an increased risk of tornados or hurricanes.  While preparing for an emergency is not really something […]

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The Awesome Rewards of a School Service Dog for Kids with Autism

The Awesome Rewards of a School Service Dog for Kids with Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/service-dog-for-kids-with-autism

Families navigating through the world of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) face numerous obstacles throughout everyday life. Events and situations that many people take for granted, such as owning a pet or interacting with a domesticated animal, may pose great challenges. Animals, especially dogs, are an integral part of American culture. As individuals with autism learn […]

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