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50 Back-to-School Tips from Autism Moms

Back-to-school time can be difficult for children with autism, who rely so heavily on routine and structure to get through their days. When the routine changes and school starts, it’s not just the kids who feel anxiety. Parents of children with autism spend a lot of time agonizing over ways to prepare their child for

How a GPS Tracker Helps with the Back-to-School Transition

Transitions are difficult for any child, but for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, reactions and responses to change are often more extreme. The summer can be a blissful period for parents of children with special needs. They can attend directly to their child, offer developmentally appropriate activities that the child enjoys, and ensure safety at

The Prevalence of Autism: New Statistics

You Can Offer Relief to Stressed Families of Autistic Children

As an organization assisting parents of children with special needs, you only see a small part of the picture. You rarely witness the nights a parent lies awake, listening for the alarm that signifies that their child is attempting to elope again. You don’t see the anxiety as parents watch the clock, waiting for the

How to Ensure Schools Are Well-Prepared for Lock Downs

Preparation is important to any emergency, which is why basic safety skills are taught. Lock downs have joined the list of drills performed at schools, and in the event of a real emergency, children with autism need to have the appropriate support. AngelSense GPS trackers can make a significant difference in a school lockdown situation,

How to Help Your Autistic Child Gain Independence this Summer

Risk development is important to any child, regardless of the other challenges that they may struggle with. Of course, for parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), it can be a little harder to take that necessary step back. Worrying is normal, but children with autism crave the satisfaction of independence just like any

105 Things to Know About Autism

As autism parents we know there is always more to learn about the wonderful children that have touched our lives, especially when every child is so unique. The autism spectrum is incredibly broad, which is why this list of 100 things to know about autism is so important. 1. Autism was first described by Dr.

“My sibling has special needs”: 10 Tips for All Siblings to Follow

Written by Noa & Asaf Gaon, siblings of Erez (Rare Disease Syndrome) In the beginning, it is fine to feel ashamed! We promise that in time, what others think and/or say will not bother you anymore. Let your feelings be free… Even if this means being sad, angry or hurt. Talk openly about your feelings:

11 Autism Superstars You Need to Know

What better month than April to show our love for some of our favorite autism advocates? Whether you’re looking for resources, information, tips, empathy, understanding, validation, community, or just a good laugh, these autism superstars have you covered! Frank Campagna. You all probably know him as Autism Daddy, Frank tells it like it is with

There’s More to Autism Than These Myths

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Autism needs no introduction. It’s no longer a condition that elicits blank stares and empty looks. After all most of us know of someone, even if it’s just that child from TV, with autism.

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