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Being Prepared With ASD: My Son is Contagious

Being Prepared With ASD: My Son is Contagious https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/being-prepared-with-asd/

Where are we going? What time do we have to be there? Who is going to be there? How long are we staying? I interrogated my husband like we were going on a covert mission where our watches needed to be synchronized, maps labeled, and code words would be expected. It was just a simple […]

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Behavior Support Strategies for Children With Autism

Behavior Support Strategies for Children With Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/behavior-support-strategies-children-autism/

Because autism comes with neurological differences, it is almost certain that these children will have difficulty with conventional behavior expectations. Among the common characteristics of autism which often lead to behavioral conflicts, are the following: Significant, atypical difficulties with understanding and using language. This is especially demanding in group situations where several people are conversing, […]

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Successful Transitioning: the Back to School Blues

Successful Transitioning: the Back to School Blues https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/successful-transitioning-back-to-school

Break time is over—it’s time to go back to school!  Sometimes the transition from calm summer days to busy school days can be challenging for a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  Heading back to school means your child needs to be awake and ready to go early in the morning and then spend all […]

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