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These words were once spoken regarding the integration of races in American culture. As we understand more about autism, we understand that integration is much
It is commonly believed that videogames and problematic, aggressive behavior is interlinked, on the flip side, however, many studies say videogames can be a safe
Growing up I had a condition known as reactive airway. For those unfamiliar with this term, it is essentially activity-induced asthma. Over time I did
Whether your child does homework or homeschool in your home. Your home is an essential aspect of your child’s learning experience. After all many kids
Have you ever seen a child flapping or shaking their hands for minutes on end? Maybe they were spinning, rocking, or humming. Then again you
A child with autism can be very trying at times. Be it a nonverbal child crying and scrambling to figure out what has upset them.
Living with my own echo. One thing that most parents are well aware of, is to be careful what you say around their children. Most
In our family, My wife and my daughters are neurotypical while my twin sons and I are autistic. This presents some difficulties in sibling interactions.
As a parent, you must be so excited to send your child to school for the first time. However, it might be a matter of
In the past few decades, autism has gotten a lot of media attention. We’ve seen autism in movies, on TV shows, and talked about it