Category: Autism Awarness

Santa brings ‘tears of joy’

  DANVILLE — A trip to see Santa Claus at the mall is no small feat for any family, but it can be near impossible for children with special needs. That’s why Lori Acree and Puzzled Minds of Vermilion County offer a unique experience to alleviate the stress normally associated with crowded and noisy photo…
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The 10 best autism blogs

  People with autism, as well as their families and caregivers, are impacted uniquely by the disorder. We have chosen the best autism blogs that help to support families affected by autism, educate and inspire their readers, and provide high-quality information about the condition. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is the name given to a range of conditions…
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Autism and Sensitivity

Understanding the world that autistic children and adults live in can be difficult for someone that lives a normal life. Even the parents or relatives of an autistic individual may become frustrated at times… This video allows non-autistic individuals the opportunity to realize the hidden side of autism, to understand better the autism world and their…
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Why I think Elsa from ‘Frozen’ has autism?

Rochelle O’Connor, a mom of sons Maxwell and Kingston with severe autism, has supposed that Elsa has autism, reading Frozen. “Elsa’s parent’s worried that people would fear Elsa’s powers. To keep her gift a secret, they surrounded the castle with walls and never let anyone inside. But whenever Elsa had strong feelings, the magic still…
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