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Simple Tips Single-Parents with an Autistic Child Need to Know

Simple Tips Single-Parents with an Autistic Child Need to Know http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/tips-single-parents-with-autistic-child-need-to-know

For thirteen years I single-parented my son, Thomas, who was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome when he was four.  Now Thomas is a 21-year-old college student.  As I look back on our journey together, I can’t help but realize the progress we’ve made.  Single parenting a special needs child was difficult at times.  I discovered that […]

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Advice from a Mom: Ways to Help Your Child with ASD

Ways to Help Your Child with Autism

Taking care of a child with autism can be demanding physically, emotionally, and psychologically, but we as parents need to realize that our duty to our children is to nurture and protect them from external and internal hazardous stimuli.  The more time we take to care for and understand our children, the less demanding our […]

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5 Tips to Finding a New Love When You Have Children with Autism

5 Tips to Finding a New Love When You Have Children with Autism

As a single parent, dating may not always be at the forefront of your thoughts.  Taking care of children, a home, and working is enough to keep anyone so busy that the thought of going out may be just too much.  But, you can’t lose yourself in taking care of everyone else.  You need to […]

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Issue 27 – Embracing a New Year

Dear Readers, The start of a new year provides an opportune time for change – a chance to wipe the slate clean.  From a pledge to lose weight, reduce debt or quit a unhealthy habit, the first few weeks of January are typically filled with a mixture of really good intentions. While all these resolutions […]

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