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10 Commandments of Parenting an ASD Child, from the Autism Support Network by Tricia Patient Expert Posted Sun 10 Jul 2011 8:42am The 10 Commandments of parenting a child with autism 1) You shall seek out therapists. Specifically those in Occupational/Physical/Speech Therapy, and ABA) to help facilitate your child's skills and address various behavior problems. With the diagnosis of Autism are typically deficits in the areas of sensory processing, attention, graspin ... Read on »
Autism, Lyme, etc. by Leslie M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:19pm The Puzzle of Autism-Spectrum Disorders (ASD) – Biomedicine as an option for assessment and treatment including those with Lyme's Disease and Borrelia-Related Complex (BRC) by Kurt N. Woeller, D.O. Autism presents a level of complexity from a medical diagnostic and treatment standpoint because of the underlying medical issues affecting th ... Read on »
Child Support Essentials - Advocates by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Fri 20 Sep 2013 3:55pm Child support essentials is a new series which looks at the essential roles in a special needs child's life, how they help the child and the ways they can hinder when applied improperly. Advocates play a very important role in a special needs child's life. They help the child get access to support and services, they stand up for the child' ... Read on »
AAP Has To Search For Autism Parents Who Support Vaccination by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:23pm The PR department of the American Academy of Pediatrics, concerned with all the bad press that vaccines are getting since Jenny hit the talk shows and Eli hit prime time, have put out a call to find parents who can counter the message of parents like be who believe that vaccines triggered their child's regression into autism. From: Su ... Read on »
Military Kids with Autism Face Special Challenges by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 May 2013 12:00am By Sarah Stockwell Summer is almost here, which for almost all families with a child on the autism spectrum brings up the question of how to ensure your child has enough activities planned to keep life as consistent as possible. We are all told how important consistency and predictability are for children with ASD, but, for ma ... Read on »
Why Autism Families Should Vote Democrat by Susan S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 03 Nov 2012 1:13pm Several readers have written to me saying, “I’m an autism parent,” or “I have ASD,” AND “I’m voting Republican.” I have been wringing my hands trying to figure out how to explain to special needs families how this decision will harm their own children. If your child is in public school, and on an IEP, he/she is getting supports and services ... Read on »
Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders: 4 Essential Components of Treatment by Nicole Beurkens Posted Tue 18 Sep 2012 6:02am Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders: 4 Essential Components of Treatment September 18, 2012 By Nicole Beurkens, PhD Whether your child has been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, or another neurodevelopmental disorder (or you suspect that your child has some atypical developmental characteristics ... Read on »
Just who is the expert on your child? by Louise Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 1:53pm I don't expect to find a deep understanding of the complexity of disability in the mainstream. That's why I was taken aback by this piece in The New York Times Magazine: How do you raise a prodigy? In it, Andrew Solomon draws parallels between child prodigies and children with disabilities -- in terms of ho ... Read on »
AutismOne throws their support behind the Geiers in “Autism Science Digest” by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 15 Jun 2011 9:14pm When news came out about the legal troubles Mark and David Geier are facing, there was some hope expressed that maybe, just maybe, some of the groups that have supported the father/son team would take the chance to distance themselves. The Generation Rescue/Autism One conference was at that time still in the future, and the Geiers were sched ... Read on »
Autism Poser - Conservative MP Colin Carrie's Photo Op Support For Autistic Children by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 11:30pm " " I'm here today really as a thank you," Mr. Carrie told a small gathering at the Whitby Library Celebration Square. "A thank you to Jonathan for his commitment, for not only these kids but their families. To raise awareness, there's so much to be done for these kids. My son is a wonderful musician, a wonderful magician and without h ... Read on »