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Grandmothers Helpful In Early Autism Detection

Autism  3 April '17

Autism Awareness Month: Grandmothers Spot Autism Earlier, According To Experts

Grandmothers who have constant interaction with children with autism can help with early detection of the disorder better than parents.

Mom Shares How She Found Light In Becoming A Parent Of A Child With Special Needs

Autism  1 December '16

Mom Shares How She Found Light In Becoming A Parent Of A Child With Special Needs

Parenting is overwhelming--more so when one has a child with autism--which is why this mom shares how she found worth in rearing a kid with special needs.

The Dilemma of Gender Dysphoria

SPED Kids  12 November '16

Gender Dysphoria: A Lookout For People With Autism

Autism and identity crisis may have some relationship at all. According to a study, individuals with autism are more likely to experience high level of deviation.

Autism Awareness

SPED Kids  12 November '16

The Autism Society of Albany, New York Intend To Elevate Public Awareness

Before autism had been perceived a lot differently, but now with the growing awareness about this condition, people are becoming more welcoming to individuals with autism. This gives incomparable joy both to these individuals and their families.

World Landmarks Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day 2016

SPED Kids  18 April '16

Autism News & Updates: EdTech Company Infiniteach Offers Suitable Employment For Autistic Youngsters

There’s a pressing need for young people with autism in securing suitable employment when they mature into adulthood. Hence, a West Loop company is helping the autism community by providing employment to autistic youngsters.

Kim Raver Reads 'Since We're Friends: An Autism Picture Book'

SPED Kids  11 April '16

How To Parent A Child With Autism? 5 Unbelievable Myths Debunked!

Raising a child with autism is stil surrounded with a lot of "myths" that are misunderstood.

World Landmarks Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day 2016

Parenting  8 April '16

Autism 2016 News & Update: 3 Intriguing Myths That Parents With Autistic Child Should Ditch

People often associate autism to a mental illness or disease, but that’s incredibly wrong. In order to truly understand what truly autism means, people should let go of those preconceived notions that don’t often have a factual basis.

Children At Xining Orphan And Disabled Children Welfare Center

SPED Kids  8 April '16

Many Girls With Autism Go Unnoticed Because They Are Good At Hiding Symptoms

Girls who suffer from autism spectrum disorders often go undiagnosed since females do a better job at fitting in and acting in behaviors expected of them.

World Landmarks Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day 2016

Health/Nutrition  7 April '16

Autism Awareness Month: Is There An Autism 'Epidemic'?

Cases of children in the autism spectrum have risen over the years.

World Landmarks Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day 2016

SPED Kids  5 April '16

5 More Ways to Help During Autism Action Month

Learn about autism diet and whip up some delicious dish for the family affected by autism.

Autistic Child

SPED Kids  4 April '16

Autism Awareness Month: Autism Rates Unchanged But Many Racial And Ethnic Groups Remain Undiagnosed

The prevalence of autism remain the same since two years ago but disparity has been noticed among racial and ethnic groups.

A boy with autism.

Health/Nutrition  20 April '15

Autism Facts: Stress Relievers for Parents Include Journal Writing - How to Start a Journal?

Seeing a son or daughter inflicted with autism breaks any parent's heart. There's nothing more hurtful than imagining your offspring's life full of struggles.

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