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Best Educational Tools for Autism & Top Teaching Advice for Parents

Best Educational Tools for Autism & Top Teaching Advice for Parents

Looking for the Best Educational Tools for Autism and Top Teaching Advice for Parents of Autistic children? Keep reading to learn more! According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 54 children is diagnosed with autism, making it essential to widen teaching methodologies in response to an autistic child’s specific learning needs. Be it at home or in the classroom, learning and development are the end-goal of every parent whose child is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). But rather than sticking to traditional at-home teaching methods, parents should first understand and…
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NYC Vacation Tips for Children with Autism

NYC Vacation Tips for Children with Autism

Looking for some NYC Vacation Tips for Children with Autism? Keep reading seven amazing tips for a smooth visit! As a parent of a child with autism, vacations can often feel out of reach. However, experiences in new places can help your child learn about the world around them.  If you are dreaming of a family vacation to NYC, these tips will help you make the right accommodations for a fantastic trip! New York is busy, noisy, and full of people.  If you are looking for things to do, there is always something on offer.  Museums, bus tours, street artists,…
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What Is the Difference Between Autism and Cerebral Palsy?

What Is the Difference Between Autism and Cerebral Palsy?

Although some children with cerebral palsy (CP) also have autism, the two conditions are not the same. Both can affect language, but for different reasons. Children with CP may have difficulty speaking due to a lack of motor control that is caused by brain damage. In contrast, autistic children may have trouble communicating due to deficiencies in social functioning. The Difference Between Autism and Cerebral Palsy According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 7% of children with cerebral palsy have a co-occurring autism spectrum disorder. This is more commonly found in those with non-spastic CP. Approximately 1% to 2%…
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How to Support Your Autistic Child at School

How to Support Your Autistic Child at School

Wondering how to support your autistic child at school? Keep reading for some amazing tips! No matter where they attend, all children deserve a proper education. School plays a crucial part in your child’s learning and development. Many parents with autistic children will choose to home school or enroll their child into a special needs school. How to Support Your Autistic Child at School All children are different, and this can work better for some than others. It tends to depend on the form of autism they have. Whatever you choose to do, your child must get the right level…
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Mightier -The Emotional Regulation Tool for Autism

Mightier -The Emotional Regulation Tool for Autism

Are you looking for the best emotional regulation tool for autism? If so, Mightier is your answer! Keep reading to see how Mightier Emotional Regulation Games made a huge change in our family's life! Having three children on the autism spectrum, I understand the struggles of emotional regulation all too well.  Each of my children struggles greatly, with our youngest daughter having the hardest time.  Mightier’s biofeedback games help kids 6-14 build emotional regulation skills. She has learned countless tools but never can seem to apply them at the moment.   When we were invited to try out Mightier, I was…
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Autism Around the World | Celebrating Autism Awareness Month

Autism Around the World | Celebrating Autism Awareness Month

Ever wondered how different cultures and nationalities from varied regions, deal with children on the autism spectrum? Just what is Autism Around the World like? Let's jump in to see what resources are available for autistic individuals based on country. Autism Around the World Autism spectrum disorder is a broad range of conditions; characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech, and nonverbal communication. There is no known single cause for autism spectrum disorder. Research suggests that these delays develop from a combination of genetic, nongenetic, and environmental influences. With it being the kickoff of World Autism Awareness Month, our friends at Meditourz would like…
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47 Inspirational Autism Quotes You Must Know!

47 Inspirational Autism Quotes You Must Know!

Do you want to discover some amazingly inspirational autism quotes or autism mom quotes? Then you are in luck!  These quotes about autism will remind you that autism isn’t something you can always see but there is always a way to make a difference. We have compiled a massive list of Asperger’s and autism awareness quotes that will inspire, educate, inform and bring a smile to your face!   Having the right quote can answer the tough questions, while also inspiring. When looking to answer "what is autism", consider these inspirational quotes as an opening to your conversation. Click here…
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Coping with  Misunderstandings Due to Hyper-Focusing

Coping with Misunderstandings Due to Hyper-Focusing

Having four children, arguments happen often. Weekends and summers are when most of these happen. The whole "being stuck in the same house together" thing and all. Most of these arguments are a result of some type of misunderstanding. Though they have not lived a day apart, living in a neurodiverse family can prove challenging at times. Having three children with autism makes for humorous misunderstandings! So as you can imagine, disagreeing due to hyper-focusing happens quite often. Today was one of those days. Our son was napping for once (yeah me!), and the girls were all outside playing with…
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Autism and Transition: Why is transitioning so hard?

Autism and Transition: Why is transitioning so hard?

One of the key things that cause meltdowns in our home is transitions. Whenever there is a change in routine or schedule, we are bound to have a meltdown. One of the main questions I receive is about autism and transitions. Why does it happen, and how can I help. The following is an example of how this can play out: Yesterday morning I have an appointment. Usually, on a Tuesday morning, it's my daughter's time to have a doctor visit. My husband forgot that it was my appointment. He thought it was hers, so my daughter did not get…
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Swimming and Autism: Benefits, Risks and What Parents Should Know

Swimming and Autism: Benefits, Risks and What Parents Should Know

The Center for Disease Control estimates that one in every 59 children has autism spectrum disorder. It is characterized by challenging social interaction, speech delay, inability to pay attention, among others.  However, early intervention can help autistic children improve learning, develop their communication and social skills, and improve on brain development. Swimming and Autism: Benefits, Risks and What Parents Should Know One such way is through exercise. More than 20 minutes of vigorous activity has proven to be effective in helping children in the spectrum. It helps reduce aggression, self-stimulatory behaviors, hyperactivity, self-injury, and destructiveness. Is Swimming Good for Autism? Swimming,…
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