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My Brother Has Autism, And What About Me?

My Brother Has Autism, And What About Me? https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/autism-brother-what-about-me/

Family life is a challenge for many of us these days. Even with two parents in the home, it can still become a “juggling act” to meet all the needs for each child present. Yet, within the busy framework of family life, how often are the siblings without autism encouraged to sit down and express […]

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Ways Implementing Three-Term Contingency Can Help

Ways Implementing Three-Term Contingency Can Help https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/ways-implementing-three-term-contingency/

We all want to understand why our children behave the way they do. Sometimes we wish to encourage alternative behavior—other times we hope to encourage more of the same behavior. For example, a mother may wish for her child to desist from throwing tantrums in public places. Another mother may be so delighted to hear […]

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Winning Ways to Share the Love With All Your Children

As special needs parents, we understand the importance of date nights with our spouses. They help us reconnect as a couple, reduce stress, and nurture the love between two people whose children drain their physical, emotional, and mental resources daily. Let’s face it, special needs parenting involves being caretakers on levels parents of neurotypical children […]

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Perfect Chase: One Reflection of Autism

Perfect Chase: One Reflection of Autism

Perfect Chase: One Reflection of Autism is a heartfelt children’s book about siblings sharing the invaluable lessons of true friendship, empathy, unconditional love and understanding—as taught to them by their autistic (and perfect) brother, Chase. Our mission is to provide a realistic story about autism that school children can relate to, with the goal of […]

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