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Autism May 26, 2024

Assistive Technology for Dementia: Enhancing Quality of Life and Independence

In the past decade, assistive technology for dementia has made

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Autism May 19, 2024

Autism Safety: Understanding and Preventing Wandering in Your Loved One with Autism

For parents of children with autism, safety is not just

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Autism March 4, 2024

What Do the Autism Colors and Symbols Mean?

Each April, we celebrate Autism Acceptance Month to shine a

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Autism February 7, 2024

Disability Benefits for Kids with Autism: What Parents Need to Know

Autism is a complex developmental disorder that can significantly impact

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Autism

Navigating Independent Living for Individuals with Autism

From daily living, to social interactions, to employment, embarking on

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Autism January 11, 2024

10 Tips for De-Escalating Autism Sensory Meltdowns

As a parent to a child with autism, you’re probably

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Autism September 15, 2023

5 Actionable Strategies That Will Give Your Non-Verbal Child a Voice

Communication is an integral part of everyday life. And yet many children with special needs remain shut out and disconnected from the people around them simply because they can’t convey thoughts, ideas and feelings coherently. This frustration often forces special children to find other outlets to express themselves, and causes them to act out.

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Autism July 23, 2023

10 Signs and Symptoms of Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is commonly misunderstood and tends to

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Autism June 5, 2023

9 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Special Child from the Dangers of Wandering

Autism affects millions of children and young adults around the world. For many parents what’s most challenging about the condition is their child’s tendency to wander off. In fact, wandering or elopement is so common among children with autism spectrum disorders that it’s estimated that more than half of children with the condition tend to wander off from safe places.

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Autism May 30, 2023

How to Get an Autistic Child To Keep Their Shoes On

A simple task that most parents see as an everyday

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