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Ways to Survive ASD Parenting and Stay Thankful

Ways to Survive ASD Parenting and Stay Thankful

I have four teenagers, and the youngest has autism.  Is survival possible?  Yes, it really is.  I know people who’ve come out on the other side sane.  Here are some survival strategies that have helped us stay the course of turning our woes into “whoas.” Listen to music. 80’s, disco, easy listening…create a playlist of […]

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How to Recognize the Medical Comorbidities of Autism

The etiology of autism, though still a mystery, is believed to be a combination of genetic and environmental factors.  Autism is thought to develop sometime during pregnancy and the first three years of life (early-onset autism) or, as in regressive or late-onset autism, some children appear to have developed normally until 12-24 months before losing […]

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