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Important Symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome

Asperger’s syndrome is a part of ASD or autism spectrum disorder. Medical experts say that it is a mild form of autism that doesn’t usually manifest with extreme mental problems or disabilities. A person suffering from Asperger’s syndrome will have some clear outward characteristics such as being clumsy, lack of non-verbal . . . → Read More: Important Symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome

4 Awesome Ways to Create Autism Awareness This April

Autism is a serious problem in the world today, with 1 in 68 children suffering from the neurodevelopmental disorder in the US. Families with autistic children have to deal with a lot of hardships when it comes to treatments and interventions, and treatment costs. What heightens their hardships is the way their child . . . → Read More: 4 Awesome Ways to Create Autism Awareness This April

SSI For My Now Adult Autistic Son

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You would think that it would have been easy to get SSI approved for my son once he became an adult. It wasn’t. It was a lot easier to get guardianship through the courts than getting SSI approved. The fact that he had SSI before he turned 18 help, either.

After 3 months of . . . → Read More: SSI For My Now Adult Autistic Son

ReAble Wallet App Launch- Financial Independence for the Neglected 3% Special Needs Community

Having the privilege of growing up with a special needs sibling, I have experienced the huge gap between his often mindblowing talents and the bottlenecks preventing him from realizing his full potential to develop into an integrated member of society. After meeting my Co-founder Paul who is legally blind and witnessing first hand how . . . → Read More: ReAble Wallet App Launch- Financial Independence for the Neglected 3% Special Needs Community

Can autism be cured or not?

Autism is usually defined as a complex disorder or developmental disability which affects a number of developmental areas and disables normal progress of a child who suffers from it. Official medicine states that autism is not curable, however, the cause for autism is up for debate, because there is no single . . . → Read More: Can autism be cured or not?

How to Prepare Your Child for the First Time MAPS Pediatrician Visits?

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It has never been easy for parents to visit the doctors for their children with autism spectrum disorder or ASD, rather it has been a scary thing for the children. After all, they are going to experience something for the first time. When a child is going to meet the pediatrician . . . → Read More: How to Prepare Your Child for the First Time MAPS Pediatrician Visits?

How to Manage Your Autistic Child’s Stress

Children get stressed and it’s important to realise its natural and part and parcel of growing up. However, how we help them deal with stress can really define us and can be a big positive – so here are some tips on how to help them manage anxiety.

 

1) Let Kids Know . . . → Read More: How to Manage Your Autistic Child’s Stress

Graduation Day For My Son

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