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Autism Mom’s Self Care: 6 Quick Ways To Reduce Stress and Gain Clarity

Autism Mom’s Self Care: 6 Quick Ways To Reduce Stress and Gain Clarity

On top of the “duties” of everyday life, dealing with unscheduled meltdowns, potty training issues, countless therapy sessions, and endless fighting with the school system to get the much-needed and well-deserved accommodations and services, parenting a child with autism can be VERY stressful and overwhelming. Many parents may attest to the fact that we become… Continue Reading

Issue 57 – Conquering A New Year

Issue 57 – Conquering A New Year

  Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: Let’s Hear It For This Year’s Special Contributors A special recognition for our Top 15 Contributors for 2016 who have helped make Autism Parenting Magazine an award-winning magazine. Amy KD Tobik The Urgent Need to Stop Criminalizing Autism A leading attorney and autism/children’s rights advocate… Continue Reading

Expert Strategies You Need to Know for Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Expert Strategies You Need to Know for Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Getting Support for Yourself IS Supporting Your Family Just like most parents, parents of children with autism love and support their kids. They cherish their time together, and take pride in their child’s accomplishments.  And, just as all parents are concerned about their children’s well-being, parents of children with autism worry for their child’s health,… Continue Reading

5 Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Learn Flexible Thinking

5 Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Learn Flexible Thinking

Children with autism are often frustrated with changes in their daily schedule, or the unexpected actions of another person.  Parents and teachers often find themselves responding to the behavioral outcome of the stress and anxiety involved with this “inflexible thinking,” rather than teaching flexible thinking in a systematic way. Here are five tips that may… Continue Reading