Category: Newly Diagnosed Article – Home Life

Keeping Your Kids with ASD Safe

Safety is a top priority to all parents. Having autism brings unique challenges to keeping our children safe and protected….

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Risk Reduction Strategies for Physical and Sexual Abuse

Sadly, individuals with autism are more vulnerable to abuse due to challenges in communication, poor social awareness, and being viewed…

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Water Safety

Teaching your child with autism how to swim AND helping them develop water safety skills from a young age is critical…

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Autism and Bullying

Most parents worry about their child being bullied. While statistics vary across research studies, people with autism are undoubtedly victims of…

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Sleep Issues in ASD

Studies show that 53% percent of children with autism have at least one frequent sleep problem. Unfortunately, typical treatments are often short-lived…

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Hope and Autism Parenting

As families coping with an autism diagnosis, our journey is fueled by education, support, and hope. Often as parents, we…

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Strategies for a Calmer Home

There are numerous strategies that autism parents can incorporate into their home life that will make life easier and calmer….

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Common Acronyms Used in Autism

A AAC – Augmentative and Alternative Communication ABA – Applied Behavior Analysis ABC – Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence ABLLS – Assessment of Basic Language and…

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