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Dealing with panic attacks can be absolutely terrifying for many who have autism and many who don’t. In this article, we discuss seven ways to cope with and even stop them before they become worse.
Autistic behavior can be troubling and even burdensome for children with autism as well as their parents. Awareness is absolutely essential to learning to cope with these challenges.
Learning the causes of behavior problems is essential to either coping with or eliminating the misbehavior. Here we reveal physical or medical issues that could be the culprit.
If you’re having a hard time motivating your child to learn to read, then story writing just might make these lessons a lot more interesting.
Games can be highly motivational tools for teaching just about anything. Read on to find out how to use them to help your child learn new skills and how to make your own at home.
In what way do you need help the most? Here’s your chance to have your say and my chance to learn about your greatest needs.
The safety tips I present in this portion of this site are intended to help parents to prevent tragedy from occurring. And prevention is key when it comes to protecting our children.
Wandering is a common problem that endangers the lives of many children with autism. In this article I outline the final steps you can take to keep this from happening to your child.
Preventing wandering is a top concern in the autism community because so many children are at risk. Here I outline steps you can take to protect your child.
Heard a cool story on KLuv FM! A lady went to the grocery store with her 2 blind, autistic daughters. She was hoping to make a quick trip. One of the
I’d be willing to bet that most of us have enough personal stories about our children to fill a book or two. Here’s where you have a chance to tell us at least one of them.
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