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

Pediatrician Vists

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?

Hospitalized Children: How to Keep Your Child Positive and Busy During a Stay at the Hospital

New Autism Gene Study

Playing is an important part of every child’s life. It’s a social activity that teaches them to understand the world and the people in their life. Often they pretend to be grown up while they are playing, and they act out scenes they have witnessed in everyday life. Playing and pretending to promote . . . → Read More: Hospitalized Children: How to Keep Your Child Positive and Busy During a Stay at the Hospital

Hearing Aids For Autistic Child

Me and Autism Son

My son’s surgery was rescheduled for January, because he had the flu. We got a phone call from the doctor, and she wants to push it to April. Why? Because she wants to look at placing a hearing aid at the same time. This has me worried. We have not decided about hearing aids . . . → Read More: Hearing Aids For Autistic Child

A Mom’s Lesson Learned Raising an Autistic Child

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Raising an Autistic child can be very challenging, and at times heartbreaking. The following story is an autism mom’s lesson learned raising her autistic child. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did. It’s sad, but also inspiring.

It was 6:09 pm on a chilly November evening when the most beautiful . . . → Read More: A Mom’s Lesson Learned Raising an Autistic Child

Transitioning for Back To School With Autism Child

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With an autism child, transitioning for back to school can be a process. With my son, the affect of transitioning between summer vacation and going back to school, show’s up with his sleeping habits. When my son is anxious about something, or extremely excited, he has trouble sleeping. We all know that . . . → Read More: Transitioning for Back To School With Autism Child

Bedwetting Solutions For Autistic Child

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One of my biggest issues with my autistic child is his bedwetting. I’ve tried everything to get my son to be potty trained at night, and nothing has worked. His doctor said it might be a problem with his sleep cycles. The only way to test that would be to have him go through . . . → Read More: Bedwetting Solutions For Autistic Child

Autism Child and Ear Surgery

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I’ve been putting off writing this post. My son had his ear surgery. It was scary for him, even though we had prepared him for the ear surgery. When my daughter had her ear surgery, it was a simple procedure. Anyone raising an autistic child knows that there is no such thing . . . → Read More: Autism Child and Ear Surgery

Taking Care Of A Sick Autistic Child

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Camping

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

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