Ideas to Use With Your Anxious Child

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We are going to venture out to an amusement park tomorrow and are looking to incorporate some of these handy tips provided in this infographic. Fingers crossed! Share!

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More research and evidence support the argument for Standards/Common Core Based IEP’s

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We have experienced the lack of meeting curriculum standards first hand with our child’s IEP. This past year we transitioned to a Standards Based IEP and saw the flip-side to that coin. Our son went from a Kindergarten reading level … Continue reading

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The Autism Therapy That Works For Us: Time an article worth the read

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The Autism Therapy That Works For Us: Time an article worth the read “Early diagnosis can lead to the benefits of early intervention, but we also need to remember something else: people with autism are life-long learners.” (Andrea Mucelli/flickr) Although … Continue reading

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Autism Parent Checklist

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Fantastic little checklist to keep you going. As we parents of children on the spectrum fully know, Autism never stops. Here is a great graphic from www.AutismBeacon.com. Sometimes we need a little inspiration to spur us on.

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Autism Acceptance – Day 30/30 Going Beyond Autism Awareness 2014

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Why should I care about Autism Acceptance? 1 in 68 people are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD). You probably know an ASD person. Autism acceptance means you want them around.     What is Autism Acceptance? Autism acceptance means embracing and valuing individuals … Continue reading

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MYTH BUSTER! : Children with Autism Do Not Lack Empathy – Day 29/30 Going Beyond Autism Awareness 2014

 MYTH BUSTER! : Children with Autism Do Not Lack Empathy With the CDC reporting that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed on the Autistic Spectrum, knowledge and awareness of Autism is growing. Unfortunately, so are the myths. I often say … Continue reading

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Busting ‘autism myths’ with a camera : Day 28/30 Going Beyond Autism Awareness 2014

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Amazing article and photo series breaking the Myths surrounding Autism. Very powerful imagery experience.   Admiring Autism: Busting ‘autism myths’ with a camera By Tom Airey BBC News Since her young son was diagnosed as autistic, Sara Dunn has been … Continue reading

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The Sibling Factor – Day 27/30 Going Beyond Autism Awareness 2014

Autism Spectrum Disorders: The Sibling Factor We were honestly conflicted on the concept of growing our family beyond our 1 son diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum.  Aside from having the ability to focus solely on our first born son’s needs without slighting another … Continue reading

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Having a Sibling With Autism – Day 26/30 Going Beyond Autism Awareness 2014

In the spirit of my goal to promote 30 days of consistent awareness-I thought it best to use another fantastic video. Below you will see a moving video of what it is like to have a sibling with Autism by a … Continue reading

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Autism Empathy Myth – Day 25/30 Going Beyond Autism Awareness 2014

Autism Empathy Myth – Day 25/30 Going Beyond Autism Awareness 2014 Share! Share! Share! See my article MYTH BUSTER! : Children with Autism Do Not Lack Empathy

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