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First Business Summit on Employing Adults with Autism NC

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Press Release – CHAPEL HILL, NC (January 8, 2014) – As the U.S. prepares for a tsunami of young adults with autism who will enter the job market over the next decade, autism specialists and business leaders will assemble in Chapel Hill, NC on January 27-29 for the first summit to press . . . → Read More: First Business Summit on Employing Adults with Autism NC

Great TV Shows For Autistic Children

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For every parent, one question is often asked, and that question is: “Which TV shows are suitable for my child?” While of course, the answer depends a lot on your child’s age, interests and those of the parent, when it comes to autistic children and children with other special needs, choosing a . . . → Read More: Great TV Shows For Autistic Children

Potty Training At Night With Autistic Child

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It’s been a constant struggle with my autistic child to stay dry at night. We’ve tried everything to get him to not wet the bed. Potty training an autistic child during the day was easy, compared to at night. It’s not that he likes being wet at night, or that he is . . . → Read More: Potty Training At Night With Autistic Child

Hearing Aids For Autistic Child

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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

The Flu and Ear Surgery For Autism Child

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Two words I hate hearing when I take my son to the doctor at this time of the year. They are two words I really didn’t want to hear before he has his ear surgery. Your child has THE FLU. Ughhh. Well, I was expecting to hear those words when I took . . . → Read More: The Flu and Ear Surgery For Autism Child

Autism Child And Christmas Wish List

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Both of my kids have already started thinking about Christmas. My daughter has been searching the internet for things to be on her Christmas Wish List. Surprisingly, my son has also been searching the internet for things to put on a Christmas List. I’m sure it doesn’t come as too much of . . . → Read More: Autism Child And Christmas Wish List

Autism Child and Trouble Hearing Sounds

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I sat in on one of my son’s speech therapy sessions last week. I don’t observe them every week, because I am a distraction for my autism child. My son’s therapist has been working with him on lip reading. My son can hear in his right ear, but a lot of hearing . . . → Read More: Autism Child and Trouble Hearing Sounds

Keeping The Holidays Bright When Your Child Has Autism

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The decorations. The visitors. The gifts. The indulgent treats. Regardless of which traditions you enjoy, one thing is certain: For most people, the holidays are a festive time of fun and one they look forward to all year long.

But for an autistic child, the holidays can be overwhelming. The changes in routine, new . . . → Read More: Keeping The Holidays Bright When Your Child Has Autism

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