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7 Things You Didn’t Know Were Ableist Till You Raised Your Autistic Child

There are so many things we take for granted till we have intimate experiences with them ourselves. Whether that’s not taking the massive problem sexism at the workplace seriously till someone is sexist to us, or not truly understanding the depth of how far racism goes till a close friend of color narrates their experiences to us, this runs true. (more…)

How to Make School Easier For Your Autistic Kid

Finding the right school for your autistic kid is really hard. A lot of us don’t even have a choice in picking a school that is friendly to kids on the spectrum, especially if your child is going to a public school.

The reality is that private schools, especially for differently-abled kids, are really expensive. Most people can’t even think of affording them. Having said that, here’s what you can do to make going to school easier for your autistic kid. (more…)

Teacher’s Guide: Understanding Autism – Infographic

Autism prevalence in United States is estimated at 1 in 59 births (more…)

Why We Need After-School Programs

Every 1 of 59 children in the US is affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. This can severely impact a child’s social skills and interfere with their natural developmental process.

After-school programs are designed especially for children with autism to help them connect, learn, and enjoy in a safe and fun environment. They are organized and led by a highly trained staff and have a number of therapeutic benefits for children who attend these. (more…)

Living With A Partner With Asperger’s Syndrome

Making a success out of a relationship can be a challenge for anyone, more so if one of the partner’s in the relationship has Asperger’s Syndrome.

Stress, repeated misunderstandings and anger are quite commonplace in such situations when the two parties are unable to understand and therefore cater to the needs of their other half. (more…)

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Help Your Autistic Child Thrive

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects around 1 in every 59 children in the United States, and is typically more common in male children than female. 1 in every 37 boys and 1 in every 151 girls have some form of ASD, whether severe or not. (more…)

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Autism All you need to know what is it? Infographic

Autism , or autism spectrum disorder  (ASD) is condition that affects how a person experiences the world around them, how they communicate and interact socially, as well as their interests and behavior. (more…)

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Early Intervention Programs For Autism – Everything You Need To Know

Early Intervention is an umbrella term used to describe Autism programs, among others that are designed for young children. The best way to ensure your child has a good life is to intervene early on.

If you do have an infant with ASD, it’s best to seek out Early Intervention programs near your area and enroll them immediately. (more…)

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Top Signs Your Infant May Have Autism

Every parent wants their baby to be happy and healthy so they often overlook the signs that indicate their child may have a neurological condition such as Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Parents need to understand that early detection of autism can sufficiently improve their child’s quality of life.

If you are a parent of an infant, here are some signs you need to look out for: (more…)

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