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How HBOT Mitigates Autism and Cerebral Palsy in Children

Autism and Cerebral Palsy have emerged as major neurodevelopmental challenges among children in the United States in recent years. What beats the experts is the existent variation in the degree of these medical conditions in children. In other words, it impairs the mental development and behavior of a child . . . → Read More: How HBOT Mitigates Autism and Cerebral Palsy in Children

Top 5 Things Autism Moms Want You To Know

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As a mom of an autistic child, I am constantly fending off questions. Questions about autism, my son, and being an autism mom. Some questions are difficult to answer, and a bit on the intrusive side. I’ve come up with a list of the top 5 things that I wish everyone knew, because I . . . → Read More: Top 5 Things Autism Moms Want You To Know

Important Examinations and Tests for Autism Diagnosis

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as autism, both are general terms representing a set of complex disorders related to brain development. The characteristics of these disorders, in varying extents, are repetitive behaviors, difficulty in social interaction, and non-verbal and verbal communication. A few years ago, all the autism disorders were grouped . . . → Read More: Important Examinations and Tests for Autism Diagnosis

Autism Families Choosing Your Best Vacation Venue

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By Marguerite Elisofon author MY PICTURE PERFECT FAMILY: What Happens When One Twin has Autism. Founder “Ask an Autism Mom” – offering Consulting Services for Families with Children on The Spectrum. Blogger for The Never-Empty Nest on parenting young adults and disability related issues.

 

Most people go on vacation because we crave . . . → Read More: Autism Families Choosing Your Best Vacation Venue

Flooding and Your Family: Six Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Stay Secure

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THE WOODLANDS, TX (Press Release)(June 30, 2016) —The record rains and accompanying floods of the past two months may be behind us, but now hurricane season is underway and the chance of more floods is as strong as ever for the greater Houston area. One autism awareness expert warns that families of children . . . → Read More: Flooding and Your Family: Six Ways to Help Your Child with Autism Stay Secure

Autism Boy Reads To Dogs

I love finding inspirational stories of autistic children. As difficult as it can be to raise a child with autism, there are a lot of moments of joy. This 6 year old autistic boy visits an animal shelter once a week, and reads to the dogs. I loved watching this video, and hope you . . . → Read More: Autism Boy Reads To Dogs

Autism Child Transitioning To Adulthood

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My son is now 17 years old. I can hardly believe it. Time has gone by so quickly. I’ve been doing some research on what is required to be appointed his guardian once he turns 18. It varies, not only by state, but also by county and city. I found out that . . . → Read More: Autism Child Transitioning To Adulthood

Autism Child Falls In Love With Snow White

This video is so touching. 2 year old autism boy falls in love with Snow White at Walt Disney World. I took my son to Walt Disney World when he was that age, and I remember how magical it was for him. I’m happy to see that other autistic children are experiencing that same . . . → Read More: Autism Child Falls In Love With Snow White

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