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Understanding the Gifts of Autism Can Be Wonderful for Us All

Understanding the Gifts of Autism Can Be Wonderful for Us All https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/understanding-gifts-of-autism

I have been working almost exclusively with children on the spectrum for the last 14 years of my 40-year career as a pediatric occupational therapist.  Part of my job is to help identify which children fit the criteria of someone with autism. Although no two children are alike, and children with autism are no exception, […]

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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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10 Things Medics Need to Know about Your Autism

Accidents happen. We all hope for the best, but being prepared for the unexpected is particularly important for people with autism. The heightened level of anxiety associated with an emergency can turn a challenging event into a nightmare, so being ready is of the utmost importance Owing to the complex and individual nature of autism, […]

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