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High Quality ABA Treatment:  What Every Parent Needs to Know

Dr. Stephen Shore once said “If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism.”  As many of you know, the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there are now 1 in 68 children living with autism in the United States.  What this means for each child and his/her family […]

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5 Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Learn Flexible Thinking

Helping Autism Child 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 […]

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Expert Advice on Ways Asperger’s Reveals itself in Girls

Dr. G Aspie Show – Dr. Kelley Bolton and Asper-Girls In this episode of the Dr. G Aspie Show, Dr. Kelley Bolton takes a closer look at Asper-Girls. Specializing in Asper-Girls, Dr. Kelley Bolton provides key ways Asperger’s manifests in girls as opposed to boys and also provides tips for parents of Asper-Girls. Watch the […]

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Simple Ways to Integrate Fine Motor Coordination, Strength and Dexterity Activities

As a busy mom of three kids, I love writing these types of articles;  articles where I share  activities that can really set the stage for major skill development while promoting child independence and confidence (plus, they will hopefully allow you to have a second or two to do a thousand other things…or sit). I know […]

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Issue 41 – Celebrating Family

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  Subscribe today and save 50% Features:   Five Tips for Enjoying The Season with Your Special Needs Child Excellent advice on how to optimistically and realistically plan for the holidays while enjoying time with your family. Deanna Picon Exploring Autism Handcrafted Art Made by Very Special Hands Meet an motivational young autistic woman with […]

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Professional Tips for Combating Stress and Anxiety in the New School Year

As the holidays draw to a close and children (and parents) get excited about the beginning of a new school year, for many children living with autism, the new school year cause higher levels of stress than normal. Our role as parents and teachers is to help these young people experience school with as little […]

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Issue 6 – A focus on social skills for children with Autism

Featuring: Kids Cooperate-Social Sensory Cognition Therapy – An interview with Aaron Weintraub On a scale of one to ten, tell me how much it hurts using Whatz-It by Lyndon Owen Practical Home-Based Tips and Tools for Children on the Autism Spectrum by Debi Taylor Managing Anxiety with children who have Autism by Ryan Riviera Free […]

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