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Raising A Child With Autism A Punishment

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I was going through and approving some comments, when I read one that really fired my engines. It was a comment from someone that obviously has no understanding of what it is like to raise an autistic child. It was left on a post I did about a mother and son suicide/murder. . . . → Read More: Raising A Child With Autism A Punishment

Southport and Oak Island For Birthday

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We took a day and went to the beach for my son’s birthday. We stopped in Southport, first, and walked on the pier. The kids enjoyed watching the birds that were amassed all around. My daughter collected a couple feathers to put into her bird watching book. My son enjoyed walking up and down . . . → Read More: Southport and Oak Island For Birthday

Fire Department Called Last Night

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The last thing I wanted to do at 3:00 A.M. was call 911 and have the Fire Department come to my house. I really didn’t want to rush around, wake up the kids and get them dressed. I really didn’t want to throw clothes in a bag quickly, (my kids, not mine) . . . → Read More: Fire Department Called Last Night

Autism’s Causes: Pieces of the Puzzle

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Autism is one of a host of spectrum disorders classified under the umbrella Autism Spectrum Disorder, and while a lot of research has been undertaken concerning it in the last few decades, its causes are still not fully known or understood. A developmental disorder that can affect those who have it very differently, people . . . → Read More: Autism’s Causes: Pieces of the Puzzle

Annual Reviews And Goals For The Next Year

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I was busy last week with meetings for my son. His annual review for CAP services was due, and his speech therapy plan was also up for renewal. Although the actual reviews have gotten easier, the emotional impact of them are still difficult for me. The CAP services annual review meeting was done here, . . . → Read More: Annual Reviews And Goals For The Next Year

KindleFire and Autism Child

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My autism son received two Christmas presents that I was sure he would love. One was a hand held radio, and the other was a KindleFire. He immediately took to the radio. He carries it everywhere. The KindleFire was interesting, but he didn’t show any interest in in until this past weekend. He was . . . → Read More: KindleFire and Autism Child

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

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