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Delightful Sisters With Autism Are Models for Acceptance

Delightful Sisters With Autism Are Models for Acceptance https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/delightful-sisters-autism-models-acceptance/

Meet vibrant sisters Teagan and Logan Martin of Ontario, Canada whose shared goal is to spread autism awareness everywhere they go. At eight years old, Teagan has been doing print-work and acted as an autism ambassador since the age of four for Grandview Kids Center while Logan, now four, has followed in her sister’s footsteps since she was a […]

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High Functioning Autism and Other Types of Autism

High Functioning Autism and Other Types of Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/high-functioning-autism-other-types-of-autism

Quick Navigation What is autism?The autism spectrumDifferent types of autismClassic autismAsperger’s syndromeWhat is high functioning autism?What is PDD-NOS?Treatments for PDD-NOSWhat is mild autism?What are the signs and symptoms of mild autism?How to diagnose mild autismTreatments for mild autismWhat is severe autism?Diagnosis of severe autismWhat is broad autism phenotype?Causes and symptoms of CDD What is autism? Autism […]

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Top Ways to Find the Best Job for Someone with Severe Autism

Maintaining Strength and Courage During the Holidays https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/find-best-job-severe-autism

As a special education teacher and a caretaker for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), I constantly worry about the futures of my students/clients. More specifically, I wonder whether or not they will be able to acquire employment. For some individuals, such as those with high-functioning autism and Asperger’s, there are several vocational training programs […]

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Low Functioning Autism – What Sets it Apart

Low Functioning Autism What Sets it Apart https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/low-functioning-autism

What makes severe autism so challenging? Individuals diagnosed with Level 3 autism need more support than their peers. Their symptoms are more pronounced and affect daily functioning to a great extent. Challenges include social difficulties, trouble with verbal and nonverbal communication, and rigid behavior. Treatments for severe autism are available and are most effective when […]

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