Help Your Child with Autism Stay Safe During a Natural Disaster

Posted On April 2, 2020 in
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Help Your Child with Autism Stay Safe During a Natural Disaster Natural disasters happen all the time and current events are causing a huge increase in anxiety across all age groups. However, for children on the autism spectrum, disasters can be even more stressful, both for themselves and their caregivers. There are a few things… Read More

Signs of Autism in Adults at Work

Posted On March 22, 2020 in
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Signs of Autism in Adults at Work Many adults with autism go on to live happy and productive lives. In fact, it’s likely that you work with at least one person on the spectrum—you just might not know it. Maybe that person seems a little different or has quirks you just don’t understand. This can… Read More

Exercise as a Treatment for Autism

Posted On March 15, 2020 in
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Exercise as a Treatment for Autism When your child gets diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, you need to find the right treatment for their needs. Though there are many different types of therapies out there that are proven to help with the disorder, there’s one treatment for autism that’s effective for almost all kids: exercise. 

Does an Autism Diagnosis Actually Help?

Posted On March 8, 2020 in
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Does an Autism Diagnosis Actually Help? The more we start to understand the different signs of autism spectrum disorder, the easier it is to diagnose the disorder in the first place. Believe it or not, one out of every 59 children gets diagnosed with autism. Unfortunately for many adults, autism wasn’t easily recognized a few… Read More

Can Adults with Autism Live Independently?

Posted On March 1, 2020 in
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Can Adults with Autism Live Independently? As a parent, you have dreams for your child. This is natural and even beneficial, but those dreams may change when your child is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. The diagnosis means you’ll need to change how you and your child approach social situations, education, and daily life, but… Read More