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Early Childhood Intervention and Individualized Family Service Plans

While the average age a child is diagnosed with autism is four years old, most children show developmental warning signs…

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Maximizing Time With Your Child's Doctor

Maximizing Time With Your Child’s Doctor

After you’ve carefully chosen a doctor and made an appointment, you may be wondering how to maximizing time with your child’s doctor….

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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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Child Newly Diagnosed with Autism

When your child is newly diagnosed with autism, it can feel overwhelming and confusing. To help you navigate the first…

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Therapeutic and Communication Options for Speech Issues in Autism

Providing your child with an effective means to communicate their thoughts, opinions, experiences, feelings, and knowledge is essential to creating…

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Homeschooling Your Child with Autism

More parents of children with autism are opting to homeschool for a variety of reasons. In this article, you will…

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Speech Issues in Autism: Introduction

Speech issues are common in autism. In fact, about 40% of children with autism do not talk at all. Providing your child…

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Preparing for Your Special Needs Child’s Future by Planning for Your Departure

“The only things certain in life are death and taxes.” Benjamin Franklin This article is about death. This is not…

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Must Schools Provide Meal Modifications For Students On Special Diets?

Federal laws and regulations require public schools to provide meal modifications through the cafeteria service, at no additional cost, to…

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Tax Strategies for Parents of Kids with Special Needs

If you’re the parent of a child with special needs, there are some tax strategies to be aware of that…

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