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How to Ensure Schools Are Well-Prepared for Lock Downs

How to Ensure Schools Are Well-Prepared for Lock Downs

Sending a special needs child to school is hard enough, but when you can’t control the unexpected, it’s even more stressful. One of the most difficult experiences for a child on the autism spectrum to handle is a lockdown drill, yet they are becoming far more prevalent in American schools. For parents and educators, the

The Transition from Autism Mom to Advocate

The Transition from Autism Mom to Advocate

A mother is her child’s biggest advocate. What parent isn’t a staunch supporter of their child? Disability or not, every parent fights for their child’s well-being and safety. However, these words carry more weight when that parents has a child with autism. There are unique challenges to parents of special needs children, and it can

How to Help Your Autistic Child Gain Independence this Summer

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

5 Water Safety Tips for Your Autistic Child

Swimming is a favorite summer activity, but if you have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), there are extra dangers that need your attention. Children with autism are more likely to wander, and in those cases, they are often drawn to water. Drowning is a leading cause of death for children with autism, and

The Prevalence of Autism: New Statistics

The Prevalence of Autism: New Statistics

According to the latest data available, the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children has increased 15%, from 1 in 68 to 1 in 59, according to a new report from the Center for Disease Control released April 2018. Among boys, the prevalence of ASD is 1 in 37 Among girls the prevalence of

Why Are Children with Autism Drawn to Water?

Why Are Children with Autism Drawn to Water?

It is easy to see why many children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are captivated by water. The number of stimuli associated with water hits all the senses! The feel of water, the sounds of waves and splashes, the visuals of light reflecting off the surface, and even the smell can all be so enticing.

What Does Kevin and Avonte’s Law Mean for My Child with Autism?

What Does Kevin and Avonte’s Law Mean for My Child with Autism?

After years of bipartisan legislation, Kevin and Avonte’s Law has finally passed. This law was named in honor of two young boys with autism that wandered from their homes and drowned in nearby bodies of water. For the growing population of children diagnosed with autism, this law is an incredible step forward in improving quality

NEW AngelSense GPS Features: Summer 2018

NEW AngelSense GPS Features: Summer 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] These New AngelSense Features Will Give You the Peace of Mind You Deserve This Summer Here at AngelSense, we’re special needs parents, too. When we develop new features, they’re born out of a need for solutions to real life problems that we face, and that we know from your messages to us that you

Why Social Stories are so Important for Children with Autism

As parents, we use casual phrases with our children that are largely second nature: “quiet voices,” “no touching,” and “play nice.” But what do these phrases  really mean to a child with autism? Social situations and the accompanying expected set of behaviors are challenging for children with autism, and “play nice” simply doesn’t offer all

100 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.

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