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AAC Devices

AAC Devices: Choosing the Right Tool for Your Child’s Needs

As a parent of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), navigating the world when your child is experiencing neurodiversity can feel overwhelming. Parents and ...
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Autism Art Therapy

Autism Art Therapy: 8 Empowering Benefits For Neurodivergent Children

Throughout history, art has served as a powerful form of expression and has provided numerous benefits to those who engage in it, including relaxation, learning, ...
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Recognizing Autism

Recognizing Autism: 7 Autism Symptoms and Signs You Should Know

In autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as its name mentions, a spectrum describes the wide variation and severity of different autism symptoms and signs. Researchers have ...
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Autism-Friendly Environments

Autism-Friendly Environments: Growth Through Awareness

Autism-friendly environments: We are all affected by our surroundings. There are gloomy days where we don’t feel welcomed and wonderful days where we feel like ...
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Routines And Autism

Routines And Autism: 17 Tips For Resilience

Routines and autism: Routines are beacons of familiarity and order in a world that often seems to spin in unpredictable patterns. For most of us, ...
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Autism Parents Expecting a Child

Autism Parents Expecting a Child: 8 Tips to Prepare the Family

For autism parents expecting a child, preparing the family for the changes in dynamics can be challenging. Read below to find ways to facilitate these ...
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Tasium - An Innovative Company That’s Changing Lives

Tasium: An Innovative Company That’s Changing Lives

Jose Rodriguez’s innovative company Tasium has provided a creative solution to better regulation and focus for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention ...
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5 Phenomenal Ways To Support Parents Of Children With Autism

5 Phenomenal Ways To Support Parents Of Children With Autism

According to the latest statistics, one in 36 children under eight will be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Chances are, even if you are ...
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Caregiver Burnout

Caregiver Burnout: A Reality Many Autism Parents Experience

Unfortunately, all too often, caregivers and parents of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience disempowering feelings of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion. The ...
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Pool safety for children with autism blog

Pool Safety for Children with Autism: Keeping Kids Secure!

While summer is a fantastic time to enjoy the sun and spend more time outside with family, it’s critical to prioritize pool safety for children ...
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Sensory friendly shopping

Walmart’s Sensory-Friendly Shopping Initiative and the Benefits of Accessibility

Walmart recently revealed a new initiative allowing sensory-friendly shopping as the new school season approaches, giving those with sensory-related concerns a chance to prepare with ...
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Autism and Eye Contact

Autism and Eye Contact: 3 Powerful Tips for Communication

Autism and eye contact: Eye contact is an essential aspect of social communication that plays a significant role in establishing connections and understanding nonverbal cues. ...
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Explaining Autism To Your Friends And Family In 4 Steps

Explaining Autism To Your Friends And Family In 4 Steps

An autism diagnosis is not something you should keep secret. At some point, you will be explaining autism to your friends and family and relying ...
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Financial Planning for Autism

Financial Planning for Autism: Securing a Bright Future

Financial planning for autism: Raising a child with autism brings unique challenges, and ensuring their financial security is paramount. We all want our children to ...
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Learning Independent Living Skills In ABA Therapy

For many parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), teaching them independent living skills can feel challenging or sometimes even impossible. Some caregivers with ...
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RBT and Client

Parents Thankful for Bond Between Son and RBT

We recently received the following unsolicited letter from a parent explaining the bond that has developed between her son and a Registered Behavior Technician from ...
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Echolalia And Autism

Echolalia And Autism: 4 Fascinating Facts Behind Repetition

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental condition characterized by difficulties in social interaction, communication, and restricted or repetitive behaviors. Among the various communication challenges ...
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ADHD and Autism

ADHD and Autism: 5 Crucial Similarities and Differences

Psychiatry and psychology have made significant progress in understanding neurodevelopmental disorders. Among these, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have gained considerable attention ...
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Autism Hygiene Skills

Autism Hygiene Skills: Top Tips for Menstrual Preparation

Autism hygiene skills, including menstrual preparation, are essential for families with autism. Read this guide to help your child prepare for healthy periods.
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Defining of Generalization in ABA Therapy

Defining of Generalization in ABA Therapy

Do you have a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and wonder why generalization in ABA therapy is so important? Perhaps, you’ve heard the term ...
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