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Ways to Better Understand Echolalia and Vocal Stereotypy

Ways to Better Understand Echolalia and Vocal Stereotypy https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/understandings-of-verbal-behavior/

My little boy will sometimes call cookies ‘biscuits,’ and gasoline ‘petrol.’ He has lived in the Midwestern United States all eight years of his life, but that does not stop him from saying, “I CAHN’T!” when asked to complete a task, or requesting ‘pahn-cakes’ for breakfast. Greyson has no idea where England is, but he […]

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Dr. Focused Smith Atypical View from an Autism Mom: AutismTV is NOT a Hashtag!

Dr. Focused Smith Atypical View from an Autism Mom: AutismTV is NOT a Hashtag! http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/typical-view-from-autism-mom/

Atypical, The Good Doctor, The Accountant These are just a few TV shows that feature the stars the autism spectrum. Sesame Street now has Julia, a character with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). I find it thought-provoking how so many people are excited to tell parents of children on the spectrum that these shows exist. More […]

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Issue 74 – Every Voice Matters

Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: 4 Practical Interventions to Help Develop Social Skills Learn about a variety of evidence-based interventions that support skills development for school-age children. Monica C. Hudnall, MA, CCC-SLP How You Can Promote Autism Awareness This April Read great information on how to raise community awareness and ensure […]

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