The Cardiff University, in UK, will be conducting research into sensory issues of autistic individuals. This will be a two year study, and sounds promising. “Dr McGonigle, who leads the two-year study, said: “It’s common for work on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to focus on the communicative or social aspects of the disorder. “However, . . . → Read More: Research On Sensory Issues With Autistic Individuals
Raising an autistic child is stressful. Raising an autistic child is difficult. Not enough time and not enough money. We say and hear these things all of the time. What about the positive’s of raising an autistic child? Do we take time to appreciate the gift we have in our child? This . . . → Read More: Appreciating Raising My Autistic Son
Having a special needs child is something that no one is immune to. It happens every day, all around the globe. Rich people, poor people and everyone in between. Even celebrities.
Some would call it a Hollywood “trend.” Celebrities shouting from the rooftops about how they are raising a special needs child. Yet, can . . . → Read More: Celebrities and Special Needs Children: Raising Awareness or Child Exploitation?
If you are familiar with autism at all, you may also understand that many autistic children have sensitivities to touch. New research has shown that this common autism symptom could be caused because of developmental delays when the brain is in the womb. Researchers found that the parts of the brain that related to . . . → Read More: Do Autistic Children Hate Hugs?
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One of the common myths circulating in the autism community is that parents who have an autistic child will inevitably face divorce. Many people believe that if you are parents who have an autistic child, the stress will become so much that you will have up to an 80% chance of becoming divorced.
However, . . . → Read More: Parents of Autistic Children Don’t Have to Face Divorce!
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As a parent, you may be wondering what to look out for when it comes to autism in your child. There are many questions that parents may have about autism, and there are still many questions left unanswered when it comes to autism research.
To begin, here are important facts to keep in mind . . . → Read More: Important Facts About Autism