Aspergers and Depression: What Everybody Ought To Know

Aspergers and Depression Aspergers and depression co-exist for many people on the autism spectrum. Depression can seem worse than terminal cancer, because most cancer patients feel loved and they have hope and self-esteem. David D. Burns What do Hamid Karzai (president of Aghanistan), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Austrian composer), Princess Diana (past princess of Wales) and […]

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Fun Spring Activities To Help Develop Motor Skills With Your Child

All parents want the best for their child. However, each one of our sons and daughters will face some form of adversity on their journey in life. No one is immune. Whether it is coming to terms with red hair or struggling with math, each child will need our guidance and encouragement along the way. […]

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Help Your Asperger’s Child With These Top Activities, Games, and Tools

Activities for Children With Autism

Our whole life is solving puzzles. ~Erno Rubik Autistics, like all people, face puzzles and challenges in life. Autistics have to navigate the social world. They have to deal with sensory challenges. And they have to manage the stress of living in an unpredictable non-autistic society. Here are some games and tools to help autistics and […]

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7 Easy Anxiety Help Tips

Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength. Charles Spurgeon Imagine a kidnapper holding you hostage.  It happens daily, sometimes many times a day, sometimes once a day. Sometimes he comes to you at night.  He holds a gun to your head, with only one bullet.  He spins the […]

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The Spectrum Explained: 7 Autism Books For Your Child

Easily Affirm Your Autistic Kids With These Books

Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers. ~Charles W. Eliot The autism spectrum: wonderful, mysterious, exasperating, polarizing. It’s wonderful, because it’s a reflection of neurological diversity. It’s mysterious, because there’s still so much science and research does not know. […]

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