There are a lot of learning toys for teaching autistic children. There are companies that sell products specifically designed for special needs children. I’ve listed below just a few toys for teaching autistic children that are designed for a specific developmental area. They are each linked to a different company. You can visit each . . . → Read More: Learning Toys and Teaching Autistic Children Different Skills
On May 1st, “I Want to Say” a 25-minute documentary will premiere. It tells the story of Hacking Autism, a newly adopted Autism Speaks initiative devoted to using technology to give those with autism a voice.
The trailer for the documentary highlights the growing prevalence of autism, parents’ emotional struggle to communicate with their . . . → Read More: Trailer of “I Want to Say”–Delivering a Story of Hope Through Hacking Autism
This is one of those products that is great if your child is willing to use it. The b-Calm comes with instructions, audio player, one pair of over the head headphones, one pair of earbud style headphones, and a built in rechargeable battery. If your child will not tolerate wearing either type of headphones, . . . → Read More: b-Calm Giveaway – Closed
I have had to do a lot of compromising when it comes to my son. I believe in limiting the use of technology with children. I believe spending time doing activities outside are important. I also believe that indoor activities should be craft projects, family board games, reading and an hour of television.
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