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Sibling Of Autism Child Making Friends

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My Daughter 2008

I’ve always believed that my daughter has a special way of interacting with others. Being a sibling of an autism child, she is able to make friends with anyone. My daughter doesn’t look at another child and judge. She accepts all abilities and disabilities. She does this naturally. Still, I . . . → Read More: Sibling Of Autism Child Making Friends

Introducing ‘Captain McFinn and Friends’

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Meet Captain McFinn and Friends, an original, innovative, and educational book series designed to promote kindness and friendship for children ages 4-8. Children, parents, teachers, school administrators, and camp staff will all enjoy and benefit from this collection of books and activities which includes 3 hard and soft cover books, an activity book, sing-a-long . . . → Read More: Introducing ‘Captain McFinn and Friends’

Facebook: the Anti-Social Network?

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Social media sites like Facebook connect users with old friends, new acquaintances and everyone in between. However, studies are revealing an inverse link with online connections and deeper, face-to-face relationships.

Norwegian researchers recently developed a test for networking sites, called the Bergen Facebook Addiction Scale, which likens inordinate amounts of time spent on the . . . → Read More: Facebook: the Anti-Social Network?

I’ve Got… Fun! Empower Kids with the New Interactive Book Series!

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If you’ve got kids, then you’re familiar with the many ups and downs of parenthood. Sometimes we could use a little help giving our kids the right answers and dealing with social issues. Luckily, the “I’ve Got” interactive book series for children helps do just that. These books were created for kids ages 5-12 . . . → Read More: I’ve Got… Fun! Empower Kids with the New Interactive Book Series!

New Children’s Book Deals with Autism, Bullying, and Friendship

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Every seven minutes a child is bullied. And for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder, he or she can be the victim of bullying once a week or more. It’s a tough subject, but psychologist Suzanne Breckwoldt, Ph.D., has decided to broach it gently in her new children’s book CRAIG MEETS DAVE And Learns . . . → Read More: New Children’s Book Deals with Autism, Bullying, and Friendship

A FULL LIFE WITH AUTISM: From Learning to Forming Relationships to Achieving Independence

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Written by Chantal Sicile-Kira and her severely autistic son Jeremy, A FULL LIFE WITH AUTISM offers first-hand advice on how young people with autism can transition into adulthood.

You might already be familiar with this extraordinary mother-son duo. Chantal is an autism expert, an award winning author, a public speaker, and the founder of . . . → Read More: A FULL LIFE WITH AUTISM: From Learning to Forming Relationships to Achieving Independence

Supporting Your Child With Aspergers To Make Friends by Dave Angel

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For children with Aspergers, friends are difficult to make and keep. When a child without Aspergers Syndrome makes friends, parents are not often involved in the choice of the friend or the facilitation of the friendship. In Aspergers children, however, the parent may need to be an active participant in helping . . . → Read More: Supporting Your Child With Aspergers To Make Friends by Dave Angel

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