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Forever Love: A Sister of Autism

A Sister of Autism

Having autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is usually associated with disabilities, speech delays, motor skill disabilities, behavioral issues, etc. Although it does entail all those characteristics fairly often, ASD can affect individuals in a plethora of ways. Even though ASD is more common in boys than girls, and the cause remains unknown, ASD has become a […]

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When Autism is Holding Aggression’s Hand

When Autism is Holding Aggression’s Hand https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/when-autism-holding-aggressions-hand/

Screaming, pinching, biting, hitting, pulling hair, and spinning—those are things that are seen quite often in my house. My youngest child has autism—with a piggybacking disorder of aggression. As a parent of two typical children, this is not something you would expect to hear from another parent at a park play date! Trying to give […]

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Benefits, Uses, and Importance of Occupational Therapy for Autism

Benefits, Uses, and Importance of Occupational Therapy for Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/occupational-therapy-for-autism

What is occupational therapy? The role of occupational therapy for autism is to help the child participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. (“About Occupational Therapy,” 2019) Occupational therapy takes a holistic approach to the client’s wellbeing. It addresses the physical, psychological, and cognitive aspects […]

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Issue 44 – Strategies for Daily Life with Autism

Buy Single IssueSubscribe today and save 50%  Features:Valuable Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Cope with Traumatic EventsLearn from an expert ways you can provide comfort and reassurance for your child with autism in this ever-changing world.Karen Kabaki-Sisto, M.S. CCC-SLP Sure Fire Ways to Help Your ASD Child Go To Bed  The single mother of twin teen boys shares her […]

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