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AUTISM PARENTINGTap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

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My most common stimming behavior is that I run my hands down my belly, one after the other. (Repeat as needed.) Though I have a few others I tend to use from time to time.

Joy of Autism. Who am I trying to educate? The person who stares in the grocery store. The customer who rolls their eyes in Wal*Mart. The family member who says he needs more discipline. The teacher who says he needs more meds. THIS is AUTISM & I'm proud. You'll never know the depth of love it holds.

Joy of Autism. Who am I trying to educate? The person who stares in the grocery store. The customer who rolls their eyes in Wal*Mart. The family member who says he needs more discipline. The teacher who says he needs more meds. THIS is AUTISM & I'm proud.

ADHD and Lying | Why Some Kids With ADHD Frequently Lie and How to Stop It

ADHD and Lying: What You Need to Know

Most kids lie sometimes, but it can be a habit for some kids with ADHD. Learn the connection between ADHD and frequent lying. See how to help kids with ADHD stop lying.

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Autism - Looking into my son's eyes. He just thinks he gets angry sometimes.thats the only self awareness he has about his condition.my darling boy xx

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