5 Unique Mobile Apps For Your Autistic Child

Having a child on the autism spectrum poses a number of unique challenges for parents, whether their case is severe or relatively mild. Children with autism have rich internal lives and a diverse range of interests, which means that holding their attention or keeping them sufficiently engaged in a certain task can need specific approaches and resources. […]

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Discover These Summertime Kids Activities

As the final school bell rings to signal the beginning of summer vacation, kids say goodbye to assignments, homework and class routines and begin to relish the long days of freedom. For children on the autism spectrum, however, that final bell marks the end of comforting routine that clearly and cleanly outlined the schedule of […]

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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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How Reading Out Loud Helps Develop Comprehension and Confidence

What is one of the greatest predictors of a child’s future success in life? Many of us might answer proper nutrition, early childhood opportunities, early intervention, or even a parent’s income. While all of these items do play a part in shaping a child’s ability to succeed, research is finding a strong correlation between reading […]

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