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Autism and Social Interaction

How many times have you heard that a person with autism will not be able to make eye contact? Eye contact is actually just a part of the big picture – a person with autism will have pr…

Welcome back to Social Skills Corner. For the July issue, we are going to describe ways you can help your child manage crowded events in general and July 4th celebrations, specifically.  We will begin with

5 Simple Ways to Help Your Child with ASD Cope with Crowded Events

Welcome back to Social Skills Corner. For the July issue, we are going to describe ways you can help your child manage crowded events in general and July celebrations, specifically.

Social Isolation of the Autism Family

The dreaded invitation. Isn’t that awful? That I would look at an invitation and get upset? Invitations lost their luster.

5 Things You Need to Know About Social Skills - Autism Parenting Magazine

5 Things You Need to Know About Social Skills

Using Social Scripts for Autism

Using Social Scripts for Autism

Social scripts, also known as social stories, are one of the most effective and simple ways to provide support to kids with autism. A social script is a short narrative written in first person that…

Autism resources for parents including DIY sensory tools, free printables, free social stories, & inspirational quotes #speechtherapy @autism

Autism Resources for Parents

Autism resources for parents including DIY sensory tools, free printables, free social stories, & inspirational quotes Since this is what we are told

Special Needs Parenting With Patience

Parenting children with special needs requires different parenting skills. Here is how I find focus and calm.

Sensory Seeking for SAND! 2 of my kids have sensory issues.  One is a sensory seeker, one a sensory avoider.  Read how sand works for BOTH of their sensory needs!

Sensory Seeking for SAND! 2 of my kids have sensory issues. One is a sensory seeker, one a sensory avoider. Read how sand works for BOTH of their sensory needs!

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