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Whether you are familiar with autism or not, it’s very likely that you know or have met someone who has autism spectrum disorder. When people think of autism, they often picture a child who cannot speak or care for themselves. Of course, that is autism, but one thing that’s not as well known is that […]
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Are you making these three common mistakes as an autism parent? Learn what NOT to do with an autistic child and how to cope when you mess up.
We are all aware of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and its signs and symptoms. Its common symptoms are difficulty in communicating, displaying of social skills, and repetitive behaviours. However, there are certain signs that we may not know and are not that obvious to recognise. It is best to stay aware of all
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PTSD is incredibly common among Autistics. Some research suggest as many as 60% of Autistics will experience PTSD within their lifetime. This is for a number of reasons: we have increased risks of victimization, less flexible nervous systems, heightened sensory systems and a tendency to encode memor
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Stereotypical behaviours, stimming and autism - learn how to support your child in the best way when they present repetitive behaviours.
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Awareness of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in adults has grown dramatically in recent years, which reflects both an increase in diagnoses and in the public’s understanding that, even late in life, a diagnosis can offer major benefits and relief. Learn more about the symptoms of autism in adults here.
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How do you discipilne children with autism? Is that even possible? Absolutely. Take a look at our common sense discipline tips for autistic children.
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The signs of high functioning autism are more subtle than classic autism and may go unnoticed until your child is older and there are more social demands.
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