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Month: November 2015

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The world of autism: first signs!

Autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the United States. In fact, nearly 1 in 45 children is on the autism spectrum disorder. Despite its prevalence, research shows that vast majority of parents have poor knowledge regarding the autism signs. It’s immensely important to learn first signs of autism and take immediate action. Early…
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How to help your non-verbal child with autism learn reading.

Oftentimes, people think that kids who don’t speak can’t learn to read. It’s a delusion. Discover tips to teach your child read: 1. First of all, it’s recommended to spend a lot of time reading with your little-ones. Notwithstanding verbal abilities, you should read to your children. It will encourage them. 2. Use nonverbal interactive…
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Meet Chase, a teen with autism, and his own cooking show

Chase Bailey was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at 2. In childhood, he could eat only 5 foods: pizza, chicken, french fries, chocolate chip cookies, and chips. New meals, tastes and smells were overwhelming for him. The situation has changed when he with grandfather has found cooking channel and little Chase Bailey was excited by…
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Activities for autistic children

Search for fun games to your autism child to be engaged in? Activities are crucial for children on the autism spectrum disorder. Besides entertainment, craft activities improve your child’s attention, reduce stress and anxiety. Underwater I Spy Alphabet Bottle is a great option for your little-ones. It will teach your child learn letters in a…
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The best & worst states to live with autism children!

Search for the best states to live with your child? What states to avoid?  When you have a child with autism, where to live is the most important question to think about. All parents desire the best things to their children. The best school, the best teachers, the best services… Parents with autism children do everything…
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