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Autism Child Fine Motor Skills Activities by Deni Weber

I would like to thank my guest blogger, Deni Weber, for sharing her ideas on autism fine motor skill activities for children. Deni is a “Christian Psychologist, Teacher, Writer, Artist, Homeschool Mom with Chronic Illnesses, Gluten Free since ’93 and ADD.” She also operates the Pathways for Change website

Developing Fine Motor Skills . . . → Read More: Autism Child Fine Motor Skills Activities by Deni Weber

When Your Child Is Diagnosed With Autism: A Mom’s Reaction

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“I’m sorry, but your child has Autism.” These are the hardest words to hear from a doctor. No matter what age your child is, or how long you were sure your child is on the spectrum, hearing the words can feel like a dagger in the heart. Up until that point, there . . . → Read More: When Your Child Is Diagnosed With Autism: A Mom’s Reaction

New Study Links Induced Labor To Autism

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There’s a new study that is in the JAMA pediatrics journal linking autism to induced labor. Out of 625,000 records studied, 35 % of male infants born via induced labor are more likely to be autistic. This study is not saying that inducing labor causes autism. It is only showing a link. They are . . . → Read More: New Study Links Induced Labor To Autism

How To Calm Your Little Dragon

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Does your autism child get frustrated easily? Or when they do get frustrated, do they have a hard time transitioning back to calm? It might be helpful to have a few tricks up your sleeve for the next time you need to “tame your little dragon.”

 

Children have much the same responses as . . . → Read More: How To Calm Your Little Dragon

Taking Care Of A Sick Autistic Child

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Most of my time has been filled with taking care of my sick autistic child. My son has been sick for a couple weeks, and isn’t showing much improvement. It started off with his ears. He has the cyst in his left ear, but it’s his right ear that has been hurting. . . . → Read More: Taking Care Of A Sick Autistic Child

Immune System Disorders a Cause For Autism

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Did you read the article in the New York Times about Immune Disorders and Autism? I read it and didn’t think much of the article. I considered most of it as information I already knew. Immune system disorders as a cause for autism wasn’t a new thing for me.

So here’s the short of . . . → Read More: Immune System Disorders a Cause For Autism

Stem Cell Fraud on 60 Minutes: Autism Parents Be Careful

Last night, on 60 minutes, they aired an investigation on stem cell fraud. I though it was worth sharing, especially after the Autism Stem Cell article I did last week. It’s a good reminder of how easy it can be for parents to be taken in. There are a lot of people out there . . . → Read More: Stem Cell Fraud on 60 Minutes: Autism Parents Be Careful

Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Trial in US

Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Trial

Families with autistic children must navigate a condition where questions outnumber the answers, and therapies remain sparse and largely ineffective. A clinical trial being conducted by the Sutter Neuroscience Institute in Sacramento, California to address this situation began recruiting participants today for a highly experimental stem cell therapy for autism. . . . → Read More: Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Trial in US

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