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Raising Resilient Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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In the past, the Raising Resilient Children series has helped multitudes of families everywhere approach hard-to-discuss issues. Now, Dr. Robert Brooks and Dr. Sam Goldstein focus on autism spectrum with their new book, Raising Resilient Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Strategies for Maximizing Their Strengths, Coping with Adversity, and Developing a Social Mindset (McGraw-Hill . . . → Read More: Raising Resilient Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Supporting Your Child With Aspergers To Make Friends by Dave Angel

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For children with Aspergers, friends are difficult to make and keep. When a child without Aspergers Syndrome makes friends, parents are not often involved in the choice of the friend or the facilitation of the friendship. In Aspergers children, however, the parent may need to be an active participant in helping . . . → Read More: Supporting Your Child With Aspergers To Make Friends by Dave Angel

A Mile in His Shoes DVD Giveaway

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They say to understand a man you should walk a mile in his shoes, and that is ever more true if that man happens to be autistic.

Based on the critically-acclaimed book written by Frank Nappi, A Mile in His Shoes is the uplifting story of Mickey Tussler, a farm boy from Bargersville, Indiana . . . → Read More: A Mile in His Shoes DVD Giveaway

Oles create an ‘Awesome’ club for children with autism

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Even as a child, Natalie Davis ’12 knew her younger brother Trevor was different.

While most 3-year-olds can produce basic coherent sentences, Trevor’s verbal skills didn’t reach that point until he was 6 or 7 years old. While Natalie was invited to countless parties in school, Trevor ate lunch alone every day.

Trevor was . . . → Read More: Oles create an ‘Awesome’ club for children with autism

What’s the Difference Between Asperger’s and Autism?

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The other day when I took my autistic child into the doctor for a routine checkup, I met a man named Jim who struck up a conversation with me. He was reading a very technical book about airplane mechanics, and was dressed as if his mother picked out his clothes. Jim told me all . . . → Read More: What’s the Difference Between Asperger’s and Autism?

GMC World Premiere Movie – A Mile in His Shoes

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They say to understand a man you should walk a mile in his shoes, and that is ever more true if that man happens to be autistic.

Based on the critically-acclaimed book written by Frank Nappi, A Mile in His Shoes is the uplifting story of Mickey Tussler, a farm boy from Bargersville, Indiana . . . → Read More: GMC World Premiere Movie – A Mile in His Shoes

EmSeeQ Locator Device Aids in Returning Lost Boy with Autism

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For caregivers of Alzheimer’s and dementia patients or children with autism, the fear of their loved one wandering away and becoming lost is ever-present. Unable to find their way home or function well independently, impaired individuals are at grave risk of injury—or even death—due to exposure to the elements or hazards they may encounter . . . → Read More: EmSeeQ Locator Device Aids in Returning Lost Boy with Autism

Autistic Children Not Getting Help Needed

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Dr. Gary Snyder Puts the Word “Happy” on a Patient’s Lips

Yesterday I had one of “those moments”–a blessing that often accompanies my type of medical practice; the elation happens when a patient turns the corner on a health issue—one we may have been working on for quite some time. While that’s . . . → Read More: Autistic Children Not Getting Help Needed

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